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People attend a meeting on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the & # 39; Umbrella Movement & # 39 ;, in the Admiralty area of ​​Hong Kong. For the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic on Tuesday, a series of protests is planned for and against the leaders of the Communist Party in Beijing.

The Hong Kong police fired tear gas and water cannon on Saturday to distribute anti-government protesters who threw stones, broke through government office windows, and blocked a main road near the local headquarters of the People's Liberation Army of China.

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For the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic on Tuesday, a series of protests is planned for and against the leaders of the Communist Party in Beijing, including at the consulate of the former colonial power of Great Britain.

The demonstrators, many dressed entirely in black and with masks, sought cover under umbrellas & # 39; s from the water cannon and fled after the demonstrations had taken a known turn in clashes with the police, as they have regularly done for more than three months .

The police fired blue water, which is used in other countries to help identify perpetrators, while protesters regrouped 100 meters away.

People attend a meeting on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the & # 39; Umbrella Movement & # 39 ;, in the Admiralty area of ​​Hong Kong. For the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic on Tuesday, a series of protests is planned for and against the leaders of the Communist Party in Beijing.

People attend a meeting on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the & # 39; Umbrella Movement & # 39 ;, in the Admiralty area of ​​Hong Kong. For the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic on Tuesday, a series of protests is planned for and against the leaders of the Communist Party in Beijing.

Anti-government protesters burn a Chinese Communist Party during a rally to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the umbrella movement in Hong Kong

Anti-government protesters burn a Chinese Communist Party during a rally to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the umbrella movement in Hong Kong

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Anti-government protesters burn a Chinese Communist Party during a rally to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the umbrella movement in Hong Kong

Riot police are guarding the central government offices in the Admiralty area in Hong Kong. The police responded with tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets and occasional liveronds shot in the air

Riot police are guarding the central government offices in the Admiralty area in Hong Kong. The police responded with tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets and occasional liveronds shot in the air

Riot police are guarding the central government offices in the Admiralty area in Hong Kong. The police responded with tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets and occasional liveronds shot in the air

A demonstrator throws stones near the central government offices. They had smashed windows of government buildings and tried to break in, scream obscenities, and slogans on shop fronts

A demonstrator throws stones near the central government offices. They had smashed windows of government buildings and tried to break in, scream obscenities, and slogans on shop fronts

A demonstrator throws stones near the central government offices. They had smashed windows of government buildings and tried to break in, scream obscenities, and slogans on shop fronts

They had smashed windows of government buildings and tried to break in, scream obscenities, and blast slogans on shop fronts. They also beamed lasers to a helicopter hovering above them.

In a statement, the police said: & A large group of violent protesters occupy Harcourt Road. They also hurled stones at police officers. Their actions pose a serious threat to the safety of everyone on the ground. & # 39;

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The demonstrators, some frantically out of their telling black clothing behind umbrellas en route, later went west toward Central, the main tourist and business district.

The narrow streets between towering office buildings are full of top shopping malls, banks and jewelry stores, and many stores had closed their shutters. But there was no problem.

There were some loud, angry battles between residents and police during the arrests in the chic shopping area of ​​Causeway Bay, east of Central, but no major clashes.

The protesters, some frantically out of their telling black clothing behind umbrellas en route, later went west toward Central, the main tourist and business district

The protesters, some frantically out of their telling black clothing behind umbrellas en route, later went west toward Central, the main tourist and business district

The protesters, some frantically out of their telling black clothing behind umbrellas en route, later went west toward Central, the main tourist and business district

& # 39; A large group of violent protesters occupy Harcourt Road. They also hurled stones at police officers. Their actions pose a serious threat to the safety of everyone on the property, & the police said in a statement
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& # 39; A large group of violent protesters occupy Harcourt Road. They also hurled stones at police officers. Their actions pose a serious threat to the safety of everyone on the property, & the police said in a statement

& # 39; A large group of violent protesters occupy Harcourt Road. They also hurled stones at police officers. Their actions pose a serious threat to the safety of everyone on the property, & the police said in a statement

The demonstrators, many dressed entirely in black and with masks, sought cover under umbrellas & # 39; s from the water cannon and fled after the demonstrations had taken a known turn in clashes with the police, as they have regularly done for more than three months

The demonstrators, many dressed entirely in black and with masks, sought cover under umbrellas & # 39; s from the water cannon and fled after the demonstrations had taken a known turn in clashes with the police, as they have regularly done for more than three months

The demonstrators, many dressed entirely in black and with masks, sought cover under umbrellas & # 39; s from the water cannon and fled after the demonstrations had taken a known turn in clashes with the police, as they have regularly done for more than three months

Thousands, young and old, had gathered peacefully in a park on the harbor on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the pro-democracy movement & # 39; Umbrella & # 39; who blocked streets for 79 days in 79 days. A band played Beatles music when the violence erupted on the next door.

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The park is in front of the central government offices and the Legislative Council, both of which were previously attacked and which led to violent street fighting with the police.

Sam, 33, a black-dressed demonstrator with a mask on: & # 39; It's a special day for demonstrators in Hong Kong. We stay together to fight for freedom. & # 39;

& # 39; Most people think that Hong Kong died after five years, but many people are still fighting for Hong Kong. & # 39;

Anti-government protesters have attacked the legislator, the main Beijing liaison office, occupied the airport, threw petrol bombs at the police, destroyed subway stations and lit street fires.

The police responded with tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets and occasional liveronds shot in the air.

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The MTR metro system closed the entrances of some stations on Saturday to prevent new attacks.

Photographers seek cover while the police fires water cannon at demonstrators. Police fired blue water, which is used in other countries to help identify perpetrators, while protesters regrouped 100 meters away

Photographers seek cover while the police fires water cannon at demonstrators. Police fired blue water, which is used in other countries to help identify perpetrators, while protesters regrouped 100 meters away

Photographers seek cover while the police fires water cannon at demonstrators. Police fired blue water, which is used in other countries to help identify perpetrators, while protesters regrouped 100 meters away

Pro-democracy protesters throw stones that break windows of central government offices during a rally on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the 2014 Umbrella Movement

Pro-democracy protesters throw stones that break windows of central government offices during a rally on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the 2014 Umbrella Movement

Pro-democracy protesters throw stones that break windows of central government offices during a rally on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the 2014 Umbrella Movement

Riot police are using a water cannon during a rally outside the Hong Kong Legislative Council building tonight

Riot police are using a water cannon during a rally outside the Hong Kong Legislative Council building tonight

Riot police are using a water cannon during a rally outside the Hong Kong Legislative Council building tonight

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