Transport in Hong Kong was widely disrupted on August 5 as tens of thousands of protesters thronged the streets amid a general strike called that day.
Police used tear gas at multiple locations, the South China Morning Post said, adding that protesters stood in defiance in a number of instances.
Footage here shows tear gas being used on a crowd of protesters blocking Harcourt Road, a major highway of the Admiralty district.
Access to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel was also blocked by protesters, along with several other main roads.
Eighty-two arrests were made, according to a police spokesman.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam denounced the protests as “illegal acts,” saying they risked destroying “the stability and prosperity” of Hong Kong.
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