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Chaotic weekend of Hong Kong protests

Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. Scores of people were injured in Hong Kong during a chaotic weekend of anti-government protests that left one man in a critical condition, authorities said on Monday, and China called for a tougher stance to end months of unrest.  


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Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. Scores of people were injured in Hong Kong during a chaotic weekend of anti-government protests that left one man in a critical condition, authorities...more

Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. Scores of people were injured in Hong Kong during a chaotic weekend of anti-government protests that left one man in a critical condition, authorities said on Monday, and China called for a tougher stance to end months of unrest. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Police passes a burning barricade to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2.    REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Police passes a burning barricade to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Police passes a burning barricade to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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People receive help from first aid volunteers after the police fired tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People receive help from first aid volunteers after the police fired tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People receive help from first aid volunteers after the police fired tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas  in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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A woman passes by a Starbucks shop that was vandalized during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

A woman passes by a Starbucks shop that was vandalized during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

A woman passes by a Starbucks shop that was vandalized during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Andrew Chiu Ka Yin, District Councillor of Taikoo Shing West, receives help from first aid volunteers after sustaining an injury in a knife attack at a shopping mall, in Taikoo Shing in Hong Kong, November 3.   REUTERS/Stringer

Andrew Chiu Ka Yin, District Councillor of Taikoo Shing West, receives help from first aid volunteers after sustaining an injury in a knife attack at a shopping mall, in Taikoo Shing in Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Stringer

Andrew Chiu Ka Yin, District Councillor of Taikoo Shing West, receives help from first aid volunteers after sustaining an injury in a knife attack at a shopping mall, in Taikoo Shing in Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Stringer
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People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2, REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2, REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2, REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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A customer leaves a shop during a protest march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A customer leaves a shop during a protest march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A customer leaves a shop during a protest march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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A member of the media stands in the middle of tear gas fired by police to break up anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A member of the media stands in the middle of tear gas fired by police to break up anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A member of the media stands in the middle of tear gas fired by police to break up anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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A member of media looks on at the burning entrance of a metro station as police break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A member of media looks on at the burning entrance of a metro station as police break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A member of media looks on at the burning entrance of a metro station as police break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Riot police officer detains a protester at a shopping mall in Tai Po in Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Riot police officer detains a protester at a shopping mall in Tai Po in Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Riot police officer detains a protester at a shopping mall in Tai Po in Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Water canon sprays anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Water canon sprays anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Water canon sprays anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Riot police retreat after they detain anti-government protesters at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3.   REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Riot police retreat after they detain anti-government protesters at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Riot police retreat after they detain anti-government protesters at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Policemen walk in front of a graffiti during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Policemen walk in front of a graffiti during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Policemen walk in front of a graffiti during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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Riot police detain a woman during a protest at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Riot police detain a woman during a protest at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Riot police detain a woman during a protest at a shopping mall in Tai Po, Hong Kong, November 3. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Police pass a burning barricade to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Demonstrators argue with police after tear gas was fired to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Demonstrators argue with police after tear gas was fired to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Demonstrators argue with police after tear gas was fired to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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An anti-government protester is detained by police during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester is detained by police during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester is detained by police during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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A woman reacts from tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A woman reacts from tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A woman reacts from tear gas during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Anti-government protesters react as police fire tear gas during a protest in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2.   REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

People run after police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Police advance after firing tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2.   REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Police advance after firing tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Police advance after firing tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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A woman reacts after riot police fired tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A woman reacts after riot police fired tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

A woman reacts after riot police fired tear gas to break up thousands of anti-government protesters during a march in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas  in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

An anti-government protester reacts as police fire tear gas in Hong Kong, November 2. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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