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Hong Kong Rallies
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Summary: Civil servants join Hong Kong protests
Story No: 4223381
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 08/02/2019 04:34 PM
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Hong Kong civil servants joined in anti-government street protests Friday as China's top diplomat accused the U.S. and other Western nations of "fanning the flames" of the demonstrations which he said aim to undermine the semi-autonomous region's prosperity, stability and security.

Several thousand serving and retired members of the city's civil service joined the event Friday evening, which was notable for the lack of police-protester clashes that have overshadowed protest actions over recent days.

Participation in the rally did not come without risk, with officials warning civil servants they could be disciplined if they showed partiality or criticized specific officials and policies.

Civil servants in Hong Kong are traditionally politically neutral.

Hong Kong - 2 August 2019

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1. Various of Medical staff rally in Edinburgh Place, Central Hong Kong

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2. Wide of medical staff rally

3. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Lau Hoi Man, registered nurse, organiser of the rally:

"We can see that people in the medical industry, or our fellow citizens, are supporting our demands. That's why we would like to organise this rally to emphasise our demands, including protecting the privacy of our patients, condemning the police in using violence, condemning police in obstructing rescue work and condemning the police in using violent force which put peaceful protestors, residents or other people who are at the scene in danger."

4. Various of rally in Edinburgh Place, Central Hong Kong

5. SOUNDBITE, (Cantonese) David Chan, registered nurse and protester:

"I saw a lot of inappropriate use of force on protesters by the police and we would like to show our support to the nurses who were charged by the police, so we joined the rally."

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6. Various of civil servants gathering at Charter Garden

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7. SOUNDBITE, (English) Mathew Chick, 27, office worker:

"In order to defend our freedom of expression, I think I am going to stay here to watch them and really support them with my feet and with my presence."

8. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese), Jacey Chan, 38, financial industry worker:

"I hope everyone can get together and go on strike because this can really push the government to listen to us. It's also a very peaceful way, it doesn't require the participant to get shot."

++NIGHT SHOTS++

9. Various of gathering at Charter Garden in the dark

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Hong Kong Lawmaker Protests
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Summary: Hong Kong lawmaker slams use of police force
Story No: 4224033
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 08/07/2019 12:01 PM
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Hong Kong lawmaker Claudia Mo has condemned the Beijing government for using the police force and propaganda to label the protests in Hong Kong as being against its 'one country, two systems' principle.

Mo talked to journalists outside the Hong Kong legislative council on Wednesday in response to Chinese official Zhang Xiaoming's comments saying Hong Kong was facing its biggest crisis since the handover.   

Mo said the Beijing government had announced its crackdown strategy on Hong Kong by using the police force and propaganda.  

Zhang was speaking to Hong Kong residents attending a seminar in the mainland city of Shenzhen just across the border from the Asian financial hub that has been wracked by daily protests against the administration of Chief Executive Carrie Lam.

The protests are getting increasingly violent and having "an increasingly broad impact on society," Zhang told the 500 attendees, who included members of the Hong Kong and central government legislative and advisory bodies.

Officials in Beijing were "highly concerned" and studying the situation at a "comprehensive and strategic level" to make a determination and decide on measures to take, he said.

Hong Kong was returned to China under the framework of "one country, two systems," which promised the city political, civil and economic freedoms not allowed under Communist Party rule on the mainland.

However, many Hong Kong residents feel Beijing has been increasingly encroaching on their freedoms, fueling the protests set off by proposed extradition legislation that if passed would have allowed suspects to be sent to China to face possible torture and unfair trials.

Mo said the Hong Kong administration has become completely untrustworthy and it was sad for the people in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong - 7 August 2019

1. Wide Claudia Mo arriving for a press conference outside the Legislative Council

2. Cutaway cameramen

3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Claudia Mo, Hong Kong lawmaker:

"The Beijing officials had in fact announced in Beijing (referring to the announcement in Shen Zhen) the crackdown strategy on Hong Kong. One is ideological and the other is physical using the police force basically. And ideologically they are trying very hard to spread this political propaganda calling the Hong Kong, labeling the Hong Kong fight as one against, going against the 'one country two systems'."

4. Press conference

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Claudia Mo, Hong Kong lawmaker:

"We all know this (Hong Kong) administration has become completely untrustworthy and this is just so sad for Hong Kong."

6. Mo leaving

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Hong Kong School Strike
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Summary: Hong Kong school students support protest demands
Story No: 4227819
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/02/2019 01:19 PM
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Tens of thousands of students in Hong Kong boycotted the first day of classes Monday as part of a citywide strike following a violent weekend of demonstrations.

Hundreds of secondary school students gathered for a rally in downtown Central district of Hong Kong, added gas masks, goggles and hard hats to their traditional uniforms.

University pupils crowded into a square at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, while workers also participated in their own rally at a public park, braving strong winds and storm clouds as a typhoon threatened.

Nearly three months of youth-dominated protests - calling for democracy and an independent inquiry into police conduct - will be tested as classes resume with the end of the summer break in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.

The young protesters strove to demonstrate their continued determination with Monday's school boycott, the first of a planned two-day strike.

The president of the Chinese University of Hong Kong's student union said 30,000 students attended a rally on campus.

Separately, high school students who were skipping class rallied in Edinburgh Place, a public square in Hong Kong's central business district.

The protesters' demands include dropping charges against more than 1,000 people who have been arrested and formally withdrawing an extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong residents to be sent to mainland China to stand trial.

The appeals are undergirded by a sense among some Hong Kong residents that the Communist Party-ruled mainland government has been eroding the autonomy and civil liberties promised when the former British colony was returned to China in 1997.

Hong Kong - 2 September 2019

1. Pan from buildings to crowd of protesters, banner reading (English) "Strike for the future"

2. Various of crowds of secondary school students

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Gillian Lee, secondary school student:

"There is a class boycott in our school today, and we boycott the opening ceremony of our school year. We first arranged a sit-in in the basketball court, but because of the weather situation, we moved into the chapel provided by school."

4. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Andy Chan, secondary school student:

"About the class boycott, I think I would go ahead with a class boycott at school, because I think that secondary school students are part of society, and if we secondary school students decide to boycott classes, that shows that part of society has already stopped functioning. The ultimate aim is to insist that the Hong Kong government responds to our five main demands."

5. Cutaway of masked students at rally

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Isaac Cheng, rally organiser:

"Today is a secondary school students' strike, and we are urging the government to respond to the five demands that the protesters asked for. Especially, you can see the violence of the police yesterday towards the Hong Kong protesters, and the strict sense for the Hong Kong government for not responding to the five demands."

7. Zoom out from banner reading (English) "Strike for the future" to wide of crowd

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Hong Kong Protests
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Summary: Protests continue in Hong Kong
Story No: 4223457
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 08/03/2019 09:44 AM
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Demonstrators in Hong Kong ignored police warnings and streamed past the designated endpoint for their latest pro-democracy rally on Saturday.

The protesters filled the roads in the usually bustling market district of Mong Kok, chanting slogans and holding banners that called for a city-wide strike on Monday.

Police warned earlier in the day that those who continued past the pre-approved route would be breaking the law.

Hong Kong's summer of protest has continued unabated despite the government's decision to suspend a controversial extradition bill.

While the pro-democracy rallies have been largely peaceful, they have increasingly turned into violent clashes with police after some protesters refused to disperse at set times.

Meanwhile, on the other side of town, government supporters rallied in Victoria Park to support the police force, which has been accused of using excessive force on protesters.

Mong Kok district, Hong Kong - 3 August 2019

1. People gathering at Anchor Street Playground before the march starts

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Esther Leung, 18-year-old protester:

"I love this place, I love Hong Kong and I just want to stand out to just give support to Hong Kong people because I think Hong Kong is a beautiful place, and I just want to protect this place, and I think all Hong Kong people should come out and support us."

3. Banner reading (Chinese) "Police power is too big, this is a political suppression"

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Esther Leung, 18-year-old protester:

"Yes, everyone is scared (of violence during rally), but if everyone's scared they don't come out, then we can't do anything. So, even when we're so scared, we still need to stand out."

5. Start of the march in Mong Kok, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (with yellow and white towel around his neck), UPSOUND (Cantonese) "Hong Kongers add oil (cheering for Hong Kongers)"

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nathan Leung, 38-year-old banker:

"Because in Hong Kong, we have been fighting for democracy for over two months, so it is now a very key element that we need to stress that strike is a very powerful tool to win democracy."

7. Pan across march

8. Close of sign in purple reading (Chinese) "Protest and guard our future"

9 . Protesters marching, some wearing yellow construction workers helmet

10. Close of sign reading (Chinese) "Strike on the 5th August, 1pm rallies in 7 districts, everyone saves Hong Kong."

Victoria Park, Hong Kong - 3 August 2019

7. Rally supporting the police at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, UPSOUND (Cantonese) "We will support the police force"

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Hong Kong Singing
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Summary: People sing 'Glory to Hong Kong' in new-style protest
Story No: 4229648
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Date: 09/12/2019 11:57 AM
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Thousands of people belted out a new protest song at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on Thursday in an act of resistance that highlighted the creativity of demonstrators in their campaign for democratic freedoms.

Activists and ordinary citizens sang "Glory to Hong Kong" at several malls in a respite from recent violent clashes.

More protests are expected this weekend, though on Thursday police banned one planned rally, citing safety concerns.

The protesters have adopted the song, penned anonymously, as their anthem.

The lyrics reflect protesters' vow not to surrender despite a government concession to axe a proposed extradition law that sparked the summer of unrest.

The removal of the proposed law was one of five key demands on the part of the protesters.

People spread across several floors chanted slogans before breaking out into song, with some crying with their hands to their hearts while others lifted their hands in the air.

Many referred to lyrics on their phone as they sang.

The song has been sung at almost every protest since it emerged, including during Tuesday's World Cup qualifier match with Iran where Hong Kong soccer fans booed the Chinese national anthem before kick-off.

Protesters have also sung the "Les Miserables" tune "Do You Hear the People Sing?" during recent protests.

The sing-alongs have boosted protesters' morale and highlighted their creativity in inventing new ways to get their message heard by the authorities.

Hong Kong - 12 September 2019

1. People gathering in a mall, UPSOUND (Cantonese) "Hong Kongers add oil (cheering for Hong Kong)"

2. People singing (Cantonese) "Glory to Hong Kong"

3. People chanting (English) "Five demands, not one less"

4. Pan of people standing on another floor, UPSOUND (Cantonese) "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution now"

5. Pan of people singing (English) "Do You Hear the People Sing?"

6. Close of a woman chanting (Cantonese) "Hong Kong police know the law and they broke it"

7. Banner reading (Chinese) "Five demands, not one less"

8. People chanting (Cantonese) "Hong Kongers add oil (cheering for Hong Kong)"

9. People chanting (English) "Fight for freedom, stay with Hong Kong"

10. People chanting (Cantonese) "There's no riots, only tyrannical government"

11. People having their five fingers up in the air, symbolising the five demands they are asking for

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Hong Kong Rally 2
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Summary: High schol students rally in Hong Kong
Story No: 4226136
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 08/22/2019 12:11 PM
People: Carrie Lam
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High school students thronged a square in downtown Hong Kong Thursday to rally for political reforms as residents gird for further anti-government protests.

Hundreds of teenagers, wearing black and holding umbrellas in the oppressive heat turned out for the rally, one of many demonstrations organised by different groups.

They chanted "Liberate Hong Kong" and "Revolution of our times" and called for Hong Kong's Beijing-backed leader, Carrie Lam, to step down before breaking into groups to discuss the city's political future.

Hong Kong has been gripped by sometimes violent protests for more than two months, led by young people demanding the withdrawal of an unpopular extradition bill and full democracy.

The bill, which would have seen suspects extradited to mainland China where the judiciary is not independent, was eventually shelved.

Hong Kong - 22 August 2019

1. Wide of high school students chanting (Cantonese): "Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our times" during anti-government rally

2. Students applauding

3. Various of students at rally

4. Tilt-up of protest holding poster reading (Mandarin): "God bless Hong Kong"

5. Wide of students

6. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Petro Yeung, Student:

"We only hope that the government could understand our will, that they could respond to us and change the way they work given the fact that we came out even though we are young."

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sherry Wu, Student

"The reason I came here is because I think that as a student in Hong Kong we should stand up for Hong Kong. As what happened recently here, we couldn't stay silent anymore."

8. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Anson Ling, Student

"Since June, there have been horrible incidents happening and the government is still not willing to give us any positive response. We are really angry with that. So, I come out today to express my own opinion."

9. Various of rally

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Hong Kong Protests Front Line
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Summary: Protester urges HK citizens stay strong amid unrest
Story No: 4225734
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 08/20/2019 05:49 AM
People: Carrie Lam
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A self-described "front line" protester in Hong Kong says he isn't worried about the toll the demonstrations has taken on his health or finances.

Wayne, who spoke wearing a mask and did not provide his last name due to fear of arrest, said his main concern is that "Hong Kong's democracy will never be recovered."

After more than two months on the front lines of the pro-democracy demonstrations, face-offs with police have become part of the 33-year-old philosophy professor's new normal.

He's witnessed the largely peaceful movement against proposed changes to the city's extradition law morph into a summer of tear gas and rubber bullets.

The movement reached a moment of reckoning after protesters occupying Hong Kong's airport last week held two mainland Chinese men captive, beating them because they believed the men were infiltrating their movement.

One man turned out to be a reporter for China's state-owned Global Times newspaper.

Pro-democracy lawmakers and fellow demonstrators have questioned whether the operation had gone too far.

The demands grew from opposing legislation that would have allowed Hong Kong residents to be extradited for trials in mainland China's murky judicial system to pressing for democratic elections.

Protesters are also demanding Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam's resignation and an investigation into allegations of police brutality at the demonstrations.

Week after week, protesters have clashed with police. Every round of tear gas only seemed to deepen their conviction that the government did not care.

Wayne said he's "lost a lot of health" from police use of expired tear gas.

Officials have declined to answer questions about police tactics, including the alleged use of expired tear gas.

To Lam, "violent rioters" are bent on destroying the city's economy.

To China's ruling Communist Party, their actions are "the first signs of terrorism."

To the most die-hard protesters, there's no turning back.

Wayne urged his fellow citizens to "stay strong" during this time of unrest.

He remains hopeful for a resolution and is looking forward to the day demonstrators can celebrate "without the masks, without the goggles, without any expired tear gas."

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 16 June 2019

1. Various of protesters holding signs during a march organized by the Civil Human Rights Front

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 5 August 2019

2. Wide of police firing tear gas in Wong Tai Sin

Hong Kong – 10 August 2019

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Wayne, protester and philosophy professor (face obscured and last name not provided due to fear of arrest):

"During these two months, we lost a lot of time, we lost a lot of money, we lost a lot of health because of the expired tear gas. But we can easily recover from the harm of tear gas, we can earn back our money. But if we lose this fight, Hong Kong's democracy will never be recovered."

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 28 July 2019

++NIGHT SHOTS++

4. Various of police firing tear gas in Sheung Wan

5. Wide of protester on the frontline throwing a tear gas cannister back at police in Sheung Wan

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 11 August 2019

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6. Mid of protesters throwing tear gas cannisters back at police while holding umbrellas in Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong – 10 August 2019

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Wayne, protester and philosophy professor (face obscured and last name not provided due to fear of arrest):

"To Hong Kong citizens, I know it's been a really hard time for us since June. But please stay strong. I look forward to seeing the day that we can celebrate without the masks, without the goggles, without any expired tear gas."

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 14 August 2019

8. Mid of state-run Global Times journalist being grabbed by protesters at Hong Kong International Airport

9. Various of protesters tying the journalist's hands to an airport trolley

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 14 July 2019

10. Various of standoff between protesters and police in Sha Tin

ARCHIVE: Hong Kong – 27 July 2019

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11. Wide of large crowds of protesters in Yuen Long

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Hong Kong Protest Fire
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Summary: Hong Kong Protesters set fire to subway station
Story No: 4230045
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 09/15/2019 11:04 AM
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Firefighters in Hong Kong had to extinguish a number of smaller fires at the entrance to the Wan Chai MTR station on Sunday.

Parts of the station had also been vandalised and video showed broken glass from destroyed windows shattered on the ground.

The fires started less than an hour after police fired a water cannon and tear gas at protesters who lobbed Molotov cocktails outside the Hong Kong government complext in Queensway, Admiralty.

Violence between police and protesters appears to be flaring anew after thousands of pro-democracy supporters marched through downtown in defiance of a police ban on Sunday.

Protests were triggered in June by an extradition bill that many saw as an example of China's increasing intrusion and at chipping away at Hong Kong residents' freedoms and rights, many of which are not accorded to people in mainland China.

Hong Kong's government promised this month to withdraw the bill, which would have allowed some criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial, but protesters have widened their demands to include direct elections for the city's leaders and police accountability.

Hong Kong - 15 September 2019

1. Tracking shot of flames rising from fire at Wan Chai MTR station entrance

2. Fire crew arriving, UPSOUND of siren

3. Firefighter trying to extinguish fire

4. Tracking shot showing smoke outside station, another entrance and burning objects on floor inside station

5. Firefighters taking out what remains of fire

6. Tracking shot toward another entrance, where small fire is burning on top of rubble

7. Smashed window at station

8. Zoom in on police inside station

9. Tracking shot of damaged bin inside station, to broken glass, and flames rising from objects burning outside station

10. Fire crew arriving

11. Firefighter extinguishing fire

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12. Tracking shot of burning objects at street crossing close to Wan Chai station

13. Tracking shot showing damage to flowers and landscaping

14. Zoom in on police emerging

15. White gas rising from what appeared to be tear gas

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Hong Kong Protest Station
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Summary: Hong Kong protesters block station, smash cameras
Story No: 4230031
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Date: 09/15/2019 09:20 AM
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Thousands of demonstrators took to Hong Kong's streets on Sunday in defiance of a police ban, as shops shuttered amid fears of renewed violence in the semiautonomous Chinese territory that has been unsettled by months of protests.

At Admiralty Station, protesters used road barriers to block the entrance and some were seen vandalising security cameras, pathways and spraypainting over the name of the station.

Police had turned down a request by the Civil Human Rights Front to hold a march Sunday, but the demonstrators were undeterred, as they have been all summer.

Footage from Wan Chai showed thousands of people, many of them holding up umbrellas, marching and chanting slogans in support of Hong Kong's freedom movement.

The protests were triggered in June by an extradition bill that many saw as an example of China's increasing intrusion and at chipping away at Hong Kong residents' freedoms and rights, many of which are not accorded to people in mainland China.

Hong Kong's government promised this month to withdraw the bill, which would have allowed some criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial, but protesters have widened their demands to include direct elections for the city's leaders and police accountability.

Hong Kong - 15 September 2019

1. Protesters blocking entrance at Admiralty metro station

2. Protester vandalising security camera

3. Zoom in on protesters looking for tools

4. Protesters spray painting over name of station

5. Pan from protester removing object from scaffolding to protesters vandalising pavement

6. Close of protester removing bricks from pathway

7. Another entrance to Admiralty station blocked with road barriers

8. Tracking shot of broken glass window at station

9. Protesters running with road barrier, to use to block another entrance to station

10. Protesters trying to destroy another security camera

11. Protesters blocking off an indoor entrance to the station

12. Zoom in on police at bottom of stairs at station

13. Protester shouting toward police

14. Hundreds of protesters marching near Admiralty station

15. Various top shots of thousands of protesters marching in Wan Chai area earlier during the day

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HK Airport Sit-in Day One 2
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Summary: Hong Kong: 3 Day Sit-in Kicks Off at HK International Airport 2
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Date: 08/09/2019 01:00 PM
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Black-clad protesters filled the arrival hall of Hong Kong International Airport on Friday to begin the planned 3-day sit-in rally to draw global attention to their cause. The protests, now in their ninth week, underscore the authorities’ struggle to mitigate the biggest political crisis facing the former British colony since China regained control in 1997. While airport operations were not disrupted by the protest, several countries have issued warnings about traveling to Hong Kong. Shotlist: Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@FreedomHKG". ******************************************************************* 45 sec video Video Location: Hong Kong International airport Arrival Hall Video Recording Date/Time: 2:30 pm on August 9 Video Owner's Comment: First day of the 3-day sit-in rally at Hong Kong International Airport. Protestors are singing the protest anthem “Do you hear the people sing?” from Les Misérables.

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HK Protest Anti Mask Law 3
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Summary: Hong Kong: Protesters Rage As Emergency Laws Officially Enacted 3
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Date: 10/04/2019 08:45 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@dorianmalovic/La Croix" Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 40 sec video Video Location: Central District, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: October 4 Video Owner's Comment: Marching from Central to Admiralty. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam banned protesters from wearing masks on Friday, October 4. The anti-mask law will ban protesters from covering their faces in full or partially during protests. The enactment of the law set off a fresh wave of protests and thousands of people took to the streets wearing masks and chanted slogans.

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HK Glory To Hong Kong Shatin 2
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Summary: Hong Kong: Flash Mob Sings ‘Glory To Hong Kong’ At New Town Plaza, Shatin 2
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Date: 10/07/2019 05:15 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "osaka999". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 2 min 19 sec video Video Location: New Town Plaza, Shatin, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Oct. 7th, A newly composed song, Glory To Hong Kong, has become the rallying point for Hong Kong’s anti-government movements. A flash mob of protesters gathered at New Town Plaza, Shatin to sing this protest anthem “Glory To Hong Kong” to express their anger toward the government.

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HK Riot Police Broke Into Mall
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Summary: Hong Kong: Police Broke Into The Shopping Mall, Pushed Journalist To The Ground
Story No: spt001464
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Date: 10/07/2019 05:15 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "hongkongismyhome". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 37 sec video Video Location: MOSTown, Ma On Shan Video Recording Date/Time: Oct 7th at 9:45 pm Video Owner's Comment: Riot police forcefully entered a private property and pushed a local journalist to the ground. According to the witness, securities attempted to block the door of MOSTown, a shopping mall in Ma On Shan, Hong kong as riot police forced their way into the mall. After entering the mall by force, the riot police arrested at least a person and pushed a journalist. Onlookers screamed at the chaotic scene. It happened on Oct 7th at 9:45 pm.

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HK Shooting Protest 2
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Summary: Hong Kong: Hundreds Protest After Police Shoots Student With Live Ammunition 2
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Date: 10/02/2019 11:30 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@nelson.luk". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 17 sec video (Looped x2) Video Location: Charter Garden, Central Video Recording Date/Time: October 2, 2019 A large group of protesters took the streets on Wednesday, October 2, a day after Hong Kong police shot an 18-year-old student in his chest. The protesters marched from Chater Garden in Central, chanting slogans to denounce the Hong Kong police.

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HK Leung Hearing Protest 3
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Summary: Hong Kong: Protesters Gather To Support Appeal Case Of Jailed Activist 3
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Date: 10/10/2019 04:00 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Spectee Inc". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 41 sec video Video Location: Outside the High Court in Admiralty, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: October 9, around 14:00 A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist, Edward Leung, jailed for six years for rioting in 2016, appeared in court to appeal against his sentence on Wednesday, October 9. Hundreds of Leung’s supporters gathered outside the High Court in Admiralty, many wearing black masks in defiance of a ban on face masks.

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HK Fire Starbucks Causeway Bay
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Summary: Hong Kong: Radical Protesters Set Up Fire At Starbucks Around Causeway Bay
Story No: spt001373
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Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/04/2019 04:15 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@yushu48466542". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 11 sec video (Looped x3) Video Location: Causeway Bay, HK Video Recording Date/Time: Oct 4th at 9:20 pm Metro network of Hong Kong is shut down on October 4. It is reported that several fires were set at exits to the Causeway Bay station. Police have responded to the situation with tear gas. Earlier of the same day, the Chief Executive Carrie Lam has announced authorities would impose a ban on the use of masks by protesters. After the news, protestors were forming a rally wearing a mask to show their anger.

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HK Tear Gas Victims
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Summary: Hong Kong: Victims Being Injured By Riot Police’s Tear Gas
Story No: spt001290
Source: Spectee
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 03:45 PM
People: Xi Jinping , Prince Edward
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "HKTG". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 16 sec video (Looped x2) Video Location: Inside the McDonald’s opposite Prince Edward Police Station, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Around 9:35pm, 1 October Video Owner's Comment: Multiple rounds of tear gas were fired near Prince Edward Police Station, affecting customers inside a nearby McDonald’s. The manage of the restaurant was sent to hospital. Hong Kong police fired water cannons, live rounds, and tear gas to break up the increasingly chaotic crowds outside government buildings and across the city. Rail operator MTR also had to shut down all train services. Hong Kong police also shot a protester at close range, leaving him bleeding from his shoulder and howling on the ground, in a fearsome escalation of anti-government demonstrations that spread across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.

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HK Protester Shot By Police
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Summary: Hong Kong: Protester Shot By Police With Live Round In Tsuen Wan
Story No: spt001286
Source: Spectee
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 12:00 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Campus TV, HKUSU". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 21 sec video (Looped x2) Video Location: Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Oct. 1st Hong Kong police have told multiple media outlets that a protester has been shot by a live round in Tsuen Wan. He was filmed bleeding profusely from the chest during clashes on Hoi Pa Street. A video filmed by the University of Hong Kong Student Union’s Campus TV on Tuesday appeared to show the man being shot at close range with a pistol during clashes with several riot police. The incident occurred during citywide unrest as the People’s Republic of China celebrates its 70th anniversary. It is reported that the victim is in a critical condition."

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HK Woman Protest Protesters
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Summary: Hong Kong: Elderly Woman Stands in Front of Riot Police to Protect Protesters
Story No: spt000189
Source: Spectee
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/11/2019 02:15 AM
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An elderly woman who took a stand between lines of riot police and pro-democracy protesters on Saturday, August 10. She was trying to protest the protesters. On the same day, Hong Kong police have fired tear gas at a crowd of some 1,000 protesters who blocked an intersection near a commuter rail station in the Tai Wai district of Kowloon. Shotlist: Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Billy Law". ******************************************************************* 4 min 13 sec video RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Billy Law". ******************************************************************* 4 min 13 sec video Video Location: In front of Tai Po Police Station in Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: August 10 at 18:05 pm

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Police Tear Gas Tsim Sha Tsui
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Summary: Hong Kong: Riot Police Fires Tear Gas At Protestors in Tsim Sha Tsui
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Source: Spectee
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/11/2019 07:15 AM
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Hong Kong riot police fired teargas at crowds in the neighbouring districts of Shatin and Tai Wai on Saturday night in an attempt to disperse black-clad protesters who had barricaded roads with nearby supplies. Several kilometres away, riot police also used teargas on crowds in the tourist district of Tsim Sha Tsui, while across the city at Hong Kong International airport a peaceful sit-in continued into its second day. The majority of protesters, however, appeared to be mobile on Saturday night, with thousands dispersing across the New Territories and Kowloon after receiving reports of police movements on messaging apps. Shotlist: Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Paul Marriott" and "@pcmarriott" and "www.youtube.com/pcmarriotthk". ******************************************************************* 42 sec video Video Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Aug 10, 9:55pm Video Owner's Comment: Tear Gas Fired at Tsim Sha Tsui Protesters.

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HK August 31 Rally 5
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Summary: Hong Kong: Police Uses Blue Water Cannon and Tear Gas on Protesters
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Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/31/2019 11:00 PM
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Thousands of people started gathering in Southorn Playground in Wan Chai on Saturday afternoon for another round of pro-democracy protests. This is the 13th straight weekend protesters take to the streets in the city. Police used water cannon, tear gas and blue dye on protesters near the city's government headquarters. Shotlist: Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@frances_sit". ******************************************************************* 2 min 6 sec video Video Location: Harcourt Road, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: August 31

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HK Riot at Train Station
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Summary: Hong Kong: Violence Erupts at MTR Station, Police Storms Train Carriage
Story No: spt000640
Source: Spectee
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/01/2019 03:00 AM
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Hong Kong riot police stormed an MTR train station and hit people inside and outside with batons, and fired pepper spray on Saturday, August 31 late night. Some videos on SNS showed police fired pepper spray to protesters inside the train car, chasing and arresting others on the train platform. Some people could be seen bleeding from the head. This is the 13th straight weekend protesters take to the streets in the city. Police used water cannon, tear gas and blue dye on protesters near the city's government headquarters. Shotlist: Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Rice Post/Pakkin Leung". ******************************************************************* 3 min 7 sec video Video Location: Prince Edward MTR Station in Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: August 31 at 23:05 pm

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HK Protesters At Mong Kok
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Summary: Hong Kong: Protesters Hit Mong Kok Streets As China Marks 70 Years Of Communist Rule
Story No: spt001296
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Date: 10/01/2019 06:15 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@Daichi_Ishii". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 6 sec video (Looped x5) Video Location: Mong Kok Station, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Oct 1st Massive protests broke out in Hong Kong on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Hong Kong police used tear gas, rubber bullets and a water cannon to repel protesters, who defied the authorities' ban on rallies to start fires and vandalize government property across the city. A protester throws an object onto a fire burning at an entrance to the MTR station in Hong Kong,

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Hong Kong Protest 2
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Summary: Hong Kong protesters march despite police ban
Story No: 4230061
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Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/15/2019 01:08 PM
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Thousands of pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong marched through the city centre on Sunday in defiance of a police ban.

A mixed crowd of hardcore protesters in black and wearing masks, along with families with children, spilled into the roads of the Causeway Bay shopping belt and marched for over two kilometers (1.2 miles) to the central business district.

Some waved US and British flags, while others carried posters reiterating their calls for democratic reforms.

Police had turned down a request by the Civil Human Rights Front to hold the march, but the demonstrators were undeterred, as they have been all summer.

The march disrupted traffic, and many shops, including the Sogo mall in Causeway Bay, one of Hong Kong's largest department stores, closed their doors.

Police had earlier warned in a statement that the assembly was illegal and urged protesters to stop what they called "their illegal acts".

The protests were triggered in June by an extradition bill that many saw as an example of China's increasing intrusion and at chipping away at Hong Kong residents' freedoms and rights, many of which are not accorded to people in mainland China.

Hong Kong's government promised this month to withdraw the bill, which would have allowed some criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial, but protesters have widened their demands to include direct elections for the city's leaders and police accountability.

More than 1,300 people have been arrested amid increasing clashes between protesters and police, who demonstrators have accused of abuses.

The unrest has battered Hong Kong's economy, which was already reeling from the US-China trade war. It is also seen as an embarrassment to Beijing, which has accused foreign powers of fomenting the unrest.

Hong Kong - 15 September 2019

1. Various of protesters gathering, with some holding US flags, outside Sogo department store in Causeway Bay

2. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Winnie Leung, Protester:

"Because we are only citizens, we don't have the power to control anything. We only want to exercise our rights as civilians. There is a tyrannical government but there are no rioters. If those in power are not coming out to resolve the issue, we are all stuck in this dead end."

3. Mid of protesters gathering at the entrance of department store

4. Close-up notice on the door of Sogo, reading: "Our store is closed for today. Thank you for your understanding and support."

5. Mid of staff inside the mall closing the entrance doors of Sogo

6. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Chan (first name not given), Protester:

"My family and I support what the young people are doing. I think bringing my kids along can let them understand what we are fighting for."

7. Mid of one of the protesters in black holding black Hong Kong regional flag

8. Close-up of the flag

9. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Jordan Chan, Protester:

"The one who is wrong is the government. They never responded to our five demands. Right now, only one out of our five demands has been fulfilled. What about the remaining four? The government cannot continue beating around the bush. They need to respond to us directly."

10. Various of high wide of protesters in Causeway Bay

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Hong Kong Causeway Bay Protest
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Summary: Police and protesters on streets of Hong Kong
Story No: 4228890
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/08/2019 12:56 PM
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Hong Kong police moved in to disperse protesters in the Causeway Bay shopping district after thousands took to the city's streets on Sunday.

Demonstrators urged US President Donald Trump to "liberate" the semiautonomous Chinese territory during a peaceful march to the US Consulate, but violence broke out later in the business and retail district after protesters vandalized subway stations, set fires and blocked traffic.

Hong Kong has been rocked by three months of unrest sparked by a proposed law that would have allowed criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial.

Many saw the extradition bill as a glaring example of the erosion of civil liberties and rights promised under a "one country, two systems" framework when the former British colony returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

Hong Kong's government promised this past week to formally withdraw the bill, but that failed to appease the demonstrators, who have widened their demands to include calls for direct elections for the city's leaders and an independent probe into alleged police brutality against protesters.

The unrest has become the biggest challenge to Beijing's rule since Hong Kong's return from Britain.

Beijing and the entirely state-controlled media have portrayed the protests as an effort by criminals to split the territory from China, backed by hostile foreigners.

Protesters on Sunday urged Washington to pass a bill, known as the Hong Kong Democratic and Human Rights Act, to support their cause.

The bill proposes sanctions against Hong Kong and Chinese officials found to suppress democracy and human rights in the city, and could also affect Hong Kong's preferential trade status with the US.

Hong Kong - 8 September 2019

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1. Various of police with riot equipment walking

2. Police line, media in background

3. Protesters wearing masks

4. Riot police at MTR (Mass Transit Railway) Causeway Bay station exit

5. Various of riot police walking down street

6. Various of riot police standing in street

7. Pan of police line to officer holding up banner reading (Cantonese and English): "You are in breach of the law. You may be prosecuted")

8. Various of riot police standing in street

9. Various of police advancing

10. Running shot following riot police running down street

11. Riot police walking

12. Police and media in street

13. Police around protester

14. Police and media in street

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Hong Kong Protest
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Summary: Small skirmish after peaceful protest in Hong Kong
Story No: 4225468
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/17/2019 03:58 PM
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Hong Kong riot police was deployed on Saturday to chase down a group of pro-democracy protesters they said were assembling illegally after the end of a sanctioned protest march.

The protesters had gathered outside a police station on Saturday evening, shining laser pointers at officers guarding the entrance.

Riot police formed a line on a nearby street, thumping their batons on their shields as they started marching.

But by that time, most protesters had already melted away into Hong Kong's densely populated Mong Kok district, leaving officers to face the anger of local residents, who yelled for them to go home and accused them of being members of crime gangs.

The protesters had taken part in an approved protest march earlier Saturday, but when it reached the finish they continued, cheered on by supporters honking their horns and raising their fists.

Hong Kong police have previously held similar operations in which they fired tear gas.

Hong Kong – 17 August 2019

1. Zoom in to protesters gathering in To Kwa Wan

2. Various of protest march from To Kwa Wan to Hung Hom

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Marcus Chan,19-year-old protester student:

"I think no matter what will change, we still love Hong Kong, so the purpose is still the original purpose, just want Hong Kong (to) become better place for just our homeland."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Yung (no first name given), 22-year-old university graduate:

"We want to let the government know, although there are some police and citizens conflicts, but we still want to use our method which is peaceful, to tell the government that we want them to withdraw the bill, extradition bill, and want them to respond to our five commands (including the Hong Kong Chief Executive's resignation, democratic elections, an independent investigation into police use of force, withdrawal of the extradition bill and retract the characterisation of protests as riots)."

5. Riot police in formation outside Mong Kok Police Station as protesters shine laser pointers at them

6. Protesters wearing helmets and masks outside police station

7. Riot police in formation outside Mong Kok Police Station as protesters shine laser pointers at them

8. Police running down Nathan Road towards protesters

9. Police in riot gear walking down pavement

10. Police in riot gear on pavement as busses drive pass

11. Various of Hong Kong citizens shouting (Cantonese) "triads" as police walk pass

12. Police vans parked as police getting into vans

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Hong Kong Teachers March
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Summary: Teachers join protests in Hong Kong
Story No: 4225427
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/17/2019 08:10 AM
People: Carrie Lam
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School teachers in Hong Kong marched on Saturday to the official residence of the city leader as another weekend of protests got underway.

An overflow crowd rallied at a public square in the financial district before setting off for Government House, carrying signs that read "Protect the next generation" and umbrellas to ward off intermittent downpours.

Teachers said they want to show their support for the protesters, many of whom are students.

They said the government should answer the protesters' demands and stop using what they called police violence to disperse demonstrators who take over streets and besiege and deface government buildings.

"We want to protect our students," said Fung Wai-wah, one of the organisers of the teachers' march, adding that teachers want to stand by the younger generation so that they don't feel left alone.

Hong Kong's protests, nearing the end of their 10th week, show no sign of relenting.

Both a march on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour and a counter-rally backing the government were planned for later Saturday.

A rally in Victoria Park has been called for Sunday by a pro-democracy group that has organised three massive marches through central Hong Kong since June.

The movement's demands include the resignation of the city leader, Carrie Lam, democratic elections and an independent investigation into police use of force.

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Hong Kong - 17 August 2019

1. Various of protesters holding their umbrellas and banners at Chater Garden in Central district

2. Wide of retired teacher Wat Yin-wan holding placards reading (Chinese) "Safeguard the next generation" and "God bless Hong Kong"

3. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Wat Yin-wan, 70, participant of the march, retired teacher:

"We should support those younger than us, even the teachers. They are all our students. Their beliefs are good."

4. Mid of protesters looking towards the stage with organisers speaking

5. Mid of one of the protesters carrying and showing off an inflatable crocodile with Carrie Lam's Chinese name stuck on it, intending to depict her as cunning and evil

6. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Lee (no first name given), an English teacher:

"Those who violate the law should be arrested, but I see a lot of protesters being treated with violence in the process. I am extremely angry about that."

7. Protesters at the head of the march holding a big black banner reading (Chinese) "Safeguard the next generation", UPSOUND (Cantonese) "Safeguard the next generation! Teachers are speaking out"

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Fung Wai-wah, one of the organisers of the march, President of the Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union:

"Because teachers is (are) also citizens, they are concerned of the development of the whole campaign; and we have another role - we want to protect our students, our youngsters, so teachers are willing to come out and speak for the youngsters, and also stand by them, so that they are not alone."

9. Various of protesters walking towards Hong Kong Government House, official resident of the Hong Kong Chief Executive

10. Fung speaking in front of protesters outside Government House

11. Police stationed outside Government House with barricades around them

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Hong Kong Unrest
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Summary: Scuffles, arrests as activists march in Wan Chai
Story No: 4232541
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 12:41 AM
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Pro-democracy protesters marched through Hong Kong's Wan Chai district on Tuesday, as the government hosted a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China.

The protesters chanted pro-democracy slogans and briefly scuffled with police, who appeared to make several arrests.

Apart from the march, other rallies are planned in multiple locations on Tuesday, with posters calling for October 1 to be marked as "A Day of Grief."

On Monday, Hong Kong police warned of the potential for protesters in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory to engage in violence during this week's National Day events.

Violence erupted over the weekend in what has become a familiar cycle since protests began in June over a now-shelved extradition bill and have escalated into an anti-China movement.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters gathered for march in Wan Chai district

2. Veteran Hong Kong pro-democracy protester Leung Kwok-hung leading protesters on march

3. Various of scuffles with police, protesters being detained and led away in handcuffs

4. Tracking shot of riot police on standby

5. Zoom in on Leung as protesters continue marching

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Hong Kong Protest Clash
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Summary: Scuffles as HKong begins a day of protests
Story No: 4232551
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 03:44 AM
People: Xi Jinping , Carrie Lam
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Police in Hong Kong used pepper spray to break up a brief scuffle Tuesday between pro-Beijing protesters and a small group of pro-democracy protesters as the latter began to march on the 70th anniversary of the founding of communist China.

The morning march came as the government held an annual ceremony to mark the anniversary of Communist Party rule and marked the start of what is expected to be a day of protests demanding democratic reforms in the semi-autonomous territory.

Police tried to keep the two groups apart, but some minor scuffles ensued leading to the use of pepper spray. Two pro-Beijing protesters were arrested.

Hong Kong social activist Leung Kwok-hung, also known as "Long Hair," urged the government in Beijing to investigate the massacre on the June 4th in year 1989.

Leung said Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam is a puppet of the single-party rule in China and he urged people in Hong Kong to fight for democracy and their five demands.

The government has mounted tight security around the city to thwart violence amid rallies planned in multiple locations, including a major march in central Hong Kong that would embarrass Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Protesters call for October 1 to be marked as "A Day of Grief."

Hong Kong – 1 October 2019

1. Pan of police, pro-Beijing supporters and anti-China activists at Wan Chai district

2. Pro-Beijing supporters chanting, UPSOUND (Cantonese): "Long hair (Hong Kong social activist, Leung Kwok-hung also known as "Long Hair") is rubbish."

3. Close of Hong Kong social activist, Leung Kwok-hung also known as "Long Hair" speaking, UPSOUND (Cantonese): "This government will go down in history as cowardly"

4. Riot police guarding pro-Beijing supporters

5. Various of anti-China activists carrying a paper coffin while marching

6. Various of pro-Beijing supporters clashing with anti-China activists

7. Various of police detaining a pro-Beijing supporter in black shirt

8. Police trying to disperse protesters

9. Police detaining a pro-Beijing supporter in blue shirt

10. Various of anti-China activists escorted by police marching

11. Wide of activists having a moment of silence for victims killed in Tiananmen in 1989

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Leung Kwok-hung also known as Long Hair, Hong Kong social activist:

"So, we come here to show our anger and demand the Chinese government to investigate the June 4th massacre."

13. Wide of protest outside Convention Centre

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Leung Kwok-hung also known as Long Hair, Hong Kong social activist:

"Carrie Lam (Hong Kong's CEO) actually is a puppet of the single-party rule in China. So, we urge the Hong Kong people to fight for democracy, for those five demands."

15. Protest

16. Various of Leung burning posters reading (Chinese): "Terminate one-party rule (in China), Return the power to citizen" and "No national celebration, Only a national day of grief"

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Hong Kong Protests
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Summary: HKong protesters gather on China National Day
Story No: 4232563
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 05:56 AM
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Pro-democracy protests were gathering in different parts of Hong Kong on Tuesday on China's National Day - Beijing's highest-profile political event of the year.

Despite the embarresment of ongoing protests, Chinese President Xi Xinping promised in a speech Monday to stick with "one country, two systems" in Hong Kong.

The protests came as trucks carrying weapons including a nuclear-capable missile designed to evade US defences rumbled through Beijing on Tuesday as the Communist Party celebrated its 70th anniversary with a military parade that showcased its emergence as an increasingly ambitious global power.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Pro-democracy protest at Causeway Bay

2. Various of protesters marching holding banner reading (Chinese characters/English): "End Dictatorial Rule, Return Power to the People"

3. Various of protesters marching with banners, umbrellas and flags

4. Various of protest outside British Embassy - protesters waving Union Jack flags and holding banners

5. British passport being help up

6. Various of protest outside British Embassy

7. Various of protesters gathering in Sha Tin in New Territories, group of riot police

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Hong Kong Protests 3
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Summary: Mopeds on fire as Protesters clash with police
Story No: 4232580
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Date: 10/01/2019 09:01 AM
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Riot police fired tear gas on Tuesday to disperse pro-democracy protesters in several districts in Hong Kong, amid multiple rallies challenging the Chinese Communist Party as it marks its 70th year of rule.

Dozens of police officers formed a security cordon to prevent protesters from advancing to Beijing's liaison office in the city.

Battles between hundreds of black-clad protesters and police occurred in multiple locations, turning streets into battlefields.

Police fired multiple rounds of tear gas at the Wong Tai Sin, Sha Tin, Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun areas as protesters hurled gas bombs, bricks and other objects in their direction.

Police said protesters used corrosive fluid in Tuen Mun, injuring officers and some reporters.

The city was already under tight security, and more subway stations were shuttered as the violence spread.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Various of motrocycles on fire in Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon

2. Various of fire crews putting out fires

3. Injured person being carried by protesters

4. Various of tear gas being fired by police

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HONG KONG PROTESTS
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Summary: Hong Kong protesters fill streets on China's National Day despite court ban
Story No: efe004157
Source: Agencia EFE
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 08:46 AM
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Hong Kong, Oct 1 (EFE/EPA).- Anti-government protesters took the streets of Hong Kong on Tuesday as part of the so-called "national day of mourning", although the courts had issued a ban on the rally, which coincided with the 70th anniversary of mainland China. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE).SHOTLIST: ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS IN HONG KONG.

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Hong Kong Protests 4
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Summary: Clashes between protesters and police intensify
Story No: 4232583
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 09:27 AM
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Riot police fired tear gas and water cannon on Tuesday to disperse pro-democracy protesters in several districts in Hong Kong, amid multiple rallies challenging the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as it marks its 70th year of rule.

Dozens of police officers formed a security cordon to prevent protesters from advancing to Beijing's liaison office in the city.

Battles between hundreds of black-clad protesters and police occurred in multiple locations, turning streets into battlefields.

Police fired multiple rounds of tear gas at the Wong Tai Sin, Sha Tin, Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun areas as protesters hurled gas bombs, bricks and other objects in their direction.

Police said protesters used corrosive fluid in Tuen Mun, injuring officers and some reporters.

The city was already under tight security, and more subway stations were shuttered as the violence spread.

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Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Various of police firing tear gas in Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon

2. Various of riot police in central Hong Kong (starting with top shot), police vehicles, fumes coming from tear gas cannisters

3. Various of police firing water cannons

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Hong Kong Protest Clashes
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Summary: Clashes between protesters and police intensify
Story No: 4232598
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 10:31 AM
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Riot police fired tear gas and water cannon on Tuesday to disperse thousands of pro-democracy protesters in several districts in Hong Kong.

Multiple rallies were held across the city, challenging the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as it marks its 70th year of rule.

Police fired rounds of tear gas at the Wong Tai Sin, Sha Tin, Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun areas as protesters hurled gas bombs, bricks and other objects in their direction.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Wide of police and protesters near Central Station, zoom in

2. Police water cannon vehicle travelling along road

3. Firefighters putting out fire, pan to journalists

4. Protesters in street and tear gas

5. Protesters in dressed black running

6. Close of police confronting protesters, zoom into police holding protester on ground

7. Various of police holding protester to the ground

8. Various of fire in container

9. Protester being reprimanded by police

10. Protesters running near Central Government Complex

11. Various of protesters

12. Zoom into riot police

13. Tear gas smoke

14. Various of protesters being constrained by police

15.Close of fire

16. Various of police and fire at Sha Tin in New Territories

17. Various of police

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HONG KONG PROTESTS
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Summary: Hong Kong protesters ramp up on China National Day
Story No: efe004164
Source: Agencia EFE
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/01/2019 11:27 AM
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Hong Kong, Oct 1 (EFE/EPA).- Hong Kong protesters marked the Chinese National Day with widespread clashes with riot police as they flooded the streets Tuesday afternoon to show their defiance of China as the communist state celebrated its 70th birthday. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE).

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Summary: HK woman falls on ground as liquid sprayed into face
Story No: 4232620
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 10/01/2019 12:04 PM
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Police sprayed a liquid onto a female protester's face, leaving her screaming on the ground, in an escalation of anti-government demonstrations that spread across Hong Kong on Tuesday.

The distressed woman then had water poured onto her face and managed to stand up again.

Tens of thousands marched in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory in different locations in a day of rage as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Female protester with umbrella approaching police and screaming, police officer sprays liquid onto her face, she falls on the ground and has difficulty standing up again, people pour water onto her face, she stands up and is given a bottle of water, she pours it onto her face

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HK Green Minibus Protest Crowd
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Summary: Hong Kong: Green Minibus Driving Into Protesting Crowd In Wong Tai Sin
Story No: spt001287
Source: Spectee
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Date: 10/01/2019 01:15 PM
People: Xi Jinping
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "HKTG". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 15 sec video (Looped x2) Video Location: Intersection of Po Kong Village Road and Fung Tak Road, Wong Tai Sin in Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Around 2:30 pm, 1 Oct. Protesters gathered on Tuesday afternoon right after the military parade for China's 70th foundation anniversary concluded in Beijing, October 1. Marked by umbrellas, outstretched five fingers that symbolize the five core demands of the protesters, foreign flags, and 'Stand With Hong Kong' chants, the "unauthorized" protest and march is a direct rebuke to the police violence and China's "dictatorship". And around 2:30 pm, a green minibus was spotted driving through protesting crowd with high speed and create dangerous scene.

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Hong Kong Protests 5
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Summary: Streets on fire as protests continue in Hong Kong
Story No: 4232638
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Date: 10/01/2019 01:48 PM
People: Xi Jinping
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Protesters on Tuesday set fire to the entrances of Cheung Sha Wan Government Office and Sham Shui Po Station in Hong Kong as protests continued.

The smell of stinging tear gas and smoke from street fires started by protesters engulfed the Wan Chai, Wong Tai Sin, Sha Tin, Tuen Mun, Tsuen Wan and Tsim Sha Tsui areas.

Police fired tear gas in at least six locations and used water cannons in the business district as protesters turned streets into battlefields.

Tens of thousands also marched in the city centre as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power.

A security clampdown to thwart violence that would embarrass Chinese President Xi Jinping failed to deter the protests.

Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

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1. Various of fire burning at entrance to Cheung Sha Wan Government Office, protesters outside

2. Various of protesters standing in another street

3. Fire burning at entrance to Sham Shui Po Station

4. Various of fire

5. Protesters with fireworks

6. Fireworks going off

7. Firefighters putting out fire in street

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Hong Kong Protesters
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Summary: HK police chase down and arrest protester
Story No: 4232680
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Date: 10/01/2019 04:47 PM
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Hong Kong's police patrolled the streets and chased down a protester after a day of violent clashes that left at least 51 people injured.

Tens of thousands joined anti-government demonstrations that spread across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory even as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power.

Hong Kong - 1 October 2019

1. Wide of protesters gathering in North Point

2. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Sam Yeung, Hong Kong resident and protester in his 30s:

"Hong Kong's people are ready to sacrifice everything to fight for democracy and freedom. I hope Hong Kongers will persist and carry on so as to get the freedom promised under 'One Country, Two Systems'."

3. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Johnny Lee, protester:

"Having an independent inquiry is what people from every walk of life want. Only the withdrawal of the bill is not enough, it is hard to settle the matter."

4. Tracking shot of riot police chasing after and arresting protester

5. Various of riot police advancing in North Point

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Hong Kong Protest
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Summary: Protesters gather at shooting victim's school
Story No: 4232732
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Date: 10/02/2019 12:42 AM
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Protesters on Wednesday gathered outside the college of a schoolboy who was shot in the chest by Hong Kong Police.

The crowd was outside Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College, the school of the victim who was shot with live rounds by the police during violent protests on Tuesday.

The teenager was left bleeding and howling on the ground while tens of thousands joined anti-government demonstrations that spread across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory in a challenge to Beijing's dominance as the Communist Party celebrated 70 years in power.

The officer fired the single pistol shot as protesters swarmed toward him, Police Commissioner Stephen Lo said, hitting the 18-year-old on the left side of his chest.

Lo defended the action as "reasonable and lawful," saying the officer feared for his life and had no other choice.

Hong Kong's hospital authority said the teen was one of two people in critical condition, with a total of 66 injured as fierce clashes between protesters and police wracked China's freest and most international city.

While officers have fired warning shots in the air on multiple occasions during months of unrest, this was the first time a protester has been struck by gunfire.

Hong Kong - 2 October 2019

1. Protester with sign depicting a protester stood holding hands with a student being shot

2. Protester with sign depicting a figure being shot by police

3. Students walking into Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

4. Protesters sat by wall

5. Protesters sitting down in a group and zoom on signs depicting a Protester being shot

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Hong Kong Flash Mob
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Summary: Flash mob protest after shooting of HKG student
Story No: 4232745
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Date: 10/02/2019 05:46 AM
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Protestors gathered in Hong Kong's central business district Wednesday in response to the shooting of a teenager by Hong Kong Police.

The 18-year-old was left bleeding from the chest and howling on the ground on Tuesday while tens of thousands joined anti-government demonstrations that spread across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory in a challenge to Beijing's dominance as the Communist Party celebrated 70 years in power.

An activist at the protest said "Hong Kongers are angry because yesterday the police shot live bullets at a form-5 student, right on the left-hand side of his chest, which could be very fateful so today we are coming here together to voice our anger to the government."

"We'll still come out until the government properly responds to our five demands," she added.

The officer fired the single pistol shot as protesters swarmed toward him, Police Commissioner Stephen Lo said, hitting the 18-year-old on the left side of his chest.

Lo defended the action as "reasonable and lawful," saying the officer feared for his life and had no other choice.

Hong Kong's hospital authority said the teen was one of two people in critical condition, with a total of 66 injured as fierce clashes between protesters and police wracked China's freest and most international city.

While officers have fired warning shots in the air on multiple occasions during months of unrest, this was the first time a protester has been struck by gunfire.

Hong Kong - 2 October 2019

1. Protestors holding signs and chanting in central business district

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Chan (no second name given), Activist:

"Hong Kongers are angry because yesterday the police shot live bullets at a form-5 student, right on the left-hand side of his chest, which could be very fatal so today we are coming here together to voice our anger to the government."

3. Protestor holds iPad with words on screen reading (English): "5 demands - Not 1 less"

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Chan (no second name given), Activist:

"We'll still come out until the government properly responds to our five demands."

5. Protestors stand with one hand in the sky chanting (English: "Five demands - not one less"

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Hong Kong Protest Night
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Summary: HKong protesters hold peaceful nighttime demo
Story No: 4232817
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Date: 10/02/2019 01:23 PM
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Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters held a peaceful gathering at Tsuen Wan in Kowloon on Wednesday night.

They made paper cranes and held up signs reading "Don't shoot our kids".

It comes on the day after riot police shot a teenage protester at close range in the chest.  

The shooting Tuesday during widespread anti-government demonstrations on China's National Day marked a fearsome escalation in Hong Kong's protest violence.

The 18-year-old is the first known victim of police gunfire since the protests began in June.

His condition in hospital was described by the government as stable on Wednesday.

Hong Kong - 2 October 2019

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1. Various of protest at Tsuen Wan in Kowloon, where pro-democracy protesters gathered and sat making paper cranes, protesters holding up signs reading (Chinese characters/English) "Don't shoot our kids"

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HK Flash Mob Glory To Hong Kong
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Summary: Hong Kong: Flash Mob Sing ‘Glory To Hong Kong’ Sung In Kowloon Tong
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Date: 10/02/2019 03:30 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@breadmmt". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 32 sec video Video Location: Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Oct. 2nd, 5:34 pm A large group of protesters took the streets on Wednesday, October 2, a day after Hong Kong police shot an 18-year-old student in his chest. A flash mob was planned to sing “Glory To Hong Kong” in Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong, HK, to shows their support to the injured one and anger toward the police.

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HK Protest 5 Demands Shatin
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Summary: Hong Kong: Protesters Chanting 5 Demands At New Town Plaza, Shatin
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Date: 10/03/2019 11:15 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@puck_finn". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 10 sec video (Looped x3) Video Location: New Town Plaza, Shatin, Hong Kong Video Recording Date/Time: Oct. 2nd, 20:20 A large group of protesters took the streets on Wednesday, October 2, a day after Hong Kong police shot an 18-year-old student in his chest. The protesters also gathered at New Town Plaza, Shatin. They chanted “‘Six demands, not one less” during the gathering.

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Hong Kong Protest
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Summary: Police, protesters on Hong Kong streets, tear gas
Story No: 4233041
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Date: 10/03/2019 03:14 PM
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Clashes broke out between protesters and police in Hong Kong on Thursday as calls grew for the government to ban the wearing of masks to subdue rising violence in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.

Protesters were seen vandalizing Tai Koo subway station on the Hong Kong Island, with some unfurling their umbrellas to protect their identities from surveillance cameras.

Riot police fired volleys of tear gas after some protesters set up road barriers and smashed a surveillance camera at the subway exit.

Hundreds of protesters earlier shouted abuse at riot police, who used pepper spray and detained at least two people.

The teenager who was the first victim of police gunfire during widespread clashes on Tuesday marred China's national Day celebration.

The incident marked an alarming escalation in violence in the unrest that has rocked one of the world's top financial hubs since June.

Local media reported that Chief Executive Carrie Lam will hold a special Executive Council meeting on Friday to discuss a ban on masks, which have helped protesters conceal their identities, and other tough measures under a colonial-era emergency law.

Tai Koo, Hong Kong - 3 October 2019

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1. Pan from protesters with their umbrellas, laser pointers on surveillance camera outside Tai Koo subway station to people gathering around, some using laser pointers

2. Protester destroying security camera

3. Close of the destroyed camera

4. Protester inside the station, some with umbrellas to protect their identity, destroying CCTV

5. Protester destroying advertising display

6. Close of the destruction inside the station

7. Riot police advancing in formation, with black banner reading (Chinese/English) "Warning, tear smoke"

8. A man being pushed to the ground by riot police, tear gas fired in the background as police advance

9. Riot police pointing at people with pepper spray

10. Police in street

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Summary: Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters
Story No: 4233050
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Date: 10/03/2019 04:09 PM
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Clashes between police and protesters continued on Thursday, as a teenager, who was the first victim of police gunfire in Hong Kong's months long pro-democracy protests, was charged.

Thousands of people rallied in several areas for a second straight day to demand police accountability for the shooting.

Police deployed tear gas to disperse protesters and the Tai Koo subway station was closed as police retreated into the station.  

Earlier protesters set up road barriers and smashed a surveillance camera at the subway exit.

Hundreds of people earlier shouted abuse at riot police, who used pepper spray and detained at least two people.

The shooting of the 18-year-old Tuesday during widespread clashes marred China's National Day celebration.

It marked an alarming escalation in violence in the unrest that has rocked one of the world's top financial hubs since June.

Hong Kong - 3 October 2019

1. Zoom in of protesters on street amid tear gas fumes

2. Various of riot police and protesters, tear gas rising, laser light being pointed

3. Riot police hitting their shield and asking reporters to leave the road

4. Riot police shining torchlight on reporter

5. Riot police with gun outside Tai Koo station

6. Various of police inside the station, subway staff closing the station

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Hong Kong Masks Tension
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Summary: HKong office worker targeted amid tension over masks
Story No: 4233140
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Date: 10/04/2019 06:58 AM
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