Hong Kong airport authority cancels all flights for Monday

Protesters in Hong Kong have insisted they will continue their movement which is now in its third month

Protesters in Hong Kong have insisted they will continue their movement which is now in its third month

"But she's the one who is destroying Hong Kong", he said.

She said that she had lived in Hong Kong and China for two and a half years each, but declined to give her name.

Those methods were on clear display in the PLA garrison drill and another video distributed last week showing thousands of Chinese riot police conducting a similar exercise in Shenzhen, on the border with Hong Kong.

"Other than departure flights that have completed the check- in process and the arrival flights already heading to Hong Kong, all other flights have been canceled for the rest of today", the authority said in a statement. The Chinese foreign ministry in Hong Kong declared that those remarks revealed the "dark and twisted side of United States psychology".

Local media reported that they were accused of leaking the travel details of a Hong Kong police football team that was travelling to the mainland.

'There will still be citizens going out on the streets to protest, but we can not control them and we do not have the authority to control them, ' Yu said. Others hurled taunts and rocks, and shone laser pointers at officers' faces until squads of riot police pushed forward, dousing the crowd with tear gas. "I didn't realize it would reach this type of magnitude", said university student Meagan Scantlebury.

Tear gas was also deployed in central Hong Kong on both sides of Victoria Harbour, in the Tsim Sha Tsui area on the Kowloon side and in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island.

Scores of protesters were arrested, sometimes after being beaten with batons and bloodied by police. Tear gas was used without much warning to disperse the protesters there.

Protests looked likely to continue well into the night with police stationed at a number of subway exits across the city in apparent preparation to tackle new flashmob protest tactics.

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On Sunday afternoon, a peaceful rally in the city's Victoria Park sparked clashes when protesters moved out of the area and marched along a major road despite a police ban.

They are demanding the resignation of the city's leader, Carrie Lam, and an independent investigation into the handling of the protests.

"Hong Kong's radical demonstrators have repeatedly used extremely unsafe tools to attack police officers, which already constitutes a serious violent crime, and also shows the first signs of terrorism emerging", said Yang Guang, spokesman for the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council.

Conflicts between Hong Kong protesters and police erupted on Sunday, resulting in a woman's right eye being struck by a pellet and causing concern of going blind, according to the news outlet.

Hong Kong has seen nine weeks of protests with no end in sight.

The airport has become a focal point for protesters, with worldwide visitors being the target audience of large banners and anti-government leaflets printed in multiple languages. We can not believe them anymore.

Beijing and Washington traded insults over the release of the photo, with a US State Department spokeswoman accusing China of being "thuggish" and claiming that Eaden had just been doing her job.

Pro-democracy lawmakers attended the presentation holding signs that read "HK Police Murderers" and quarrelled with pro-Beijing lawmakers, who praised the police for their response to the demonstrations.

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