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Protesters take to streets in Hong Kong during China's National Day holiday [Video]

Protesters take to streets in Hong Kong during China's National Day holiday

Dozens of protesters took to the streets in Hong Kong during China's National Day holiday and began chanting.

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 03:27Published

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Prominent pro-democracy activist flees Hong Kong, as protest slogan outlawed

The revelation Nathan Law had left the city came as the local government released a statement confirming that a popular protest slogan used over the last year was now illegal.
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China’s foreign ministry in Hong Kong calls some protest actions last year 'terrorist in nature'

China's foreign ministry office in Hong Kong has defended new national security laws for the city and called some protest acts last year "terrorist in nature".
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NBA will lose 'hundreds of millions' in China over Hong Kong protest tweet row

The general manager of the Houston Rockets basketball team apologised after tweeting his support for the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The tweet quickly led to a major Chinese backlash.
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High profile Hong Kong protest leader arrested after violent rally

Police said the organisers of the rally violated their agreement and failed to assist in maintaining the public order.
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Curtin knocks back Hong Kong protest plan as WA's overseas students 'live in fear'

Curtin University told international students they couldn't set up a 'Lennon Wall' on campus in solidarity with Hong Kong democracy protesters because it might "escalate tension".
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How Jeremy Tam went from Townsville to the Hong Kong protest front lines

Hong Kong Legislative Council member Jeremy Tam, who was educated in Australia, said seeing Hong Kong from abroad made him afraid its freedoms would be boiled like a frog.
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'Offensive' Hong Kong protest cake disqualified from UK competition

The edible work was struck out on the basis that "the message behind" it had been seen as "offensive and led to complaints."
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Apple urged to restore Hong Kong protest app or risk being 'complicit in repression'

Apple removed the HKMap app earlier this month after complaints from China it was being used to target police officers.
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Hong Kong protest leader attacked and bashed on street

Jimmy Sham serves as the main spokesman for a group that advocates for non-violent political rallies.
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Hong Kong protest leader Jimmy Sham attacked with hammers

The most visible face of Hong Kong's peaceful variety of  protest marches, Jimmy Sham, was left on a road in a pool of blood after being attacked by men with hammers.
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Google, Apple pull Hong Kong protest apps from online stores

Google has removed a game where users roleplay as Hong Kong protesters, a day after Apple pulled an app used by protesters to track police.
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Sydney startup under fire online for supporting pro-Hong Kong-protest gamer

Immutable, a Sydney startup, had offered to cover the prize money withdrawn from a professional gamer who was banned for endorsing protests in Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong protest leader Joshua Wong to stand in elections

Wong announced his candidacy on the fifth anniversary of the Umbrella movement, backed by fellow protest leaders.
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Violence flares again on streets of Hong Kong after protest march

Police used tear gas and chemical-laced blue water on protesters who fired back with Molotov cocktails as thousands marched in defiance of a police ban.
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