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Chinese state media warn bleakly as the Hong Kong protests turn dark

A demonstrator fires a burning arrow on Wednesday, November 13, to light a barricade at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).

Protesters for democracy walk past a destroyed Starbucks cafe on the campus of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on November 13.

A fire was seen on an MTR station during a demonstration at the Chinese University in Hong Kong on November 1


Students are trying to clear tear gas jerry cans fired by the riot police during a confrontation on a sports track at the Chinese University in Hong Kong on Tuesday, November 12.

Office workers join demonstrators for democracy during a demonstration in the center of Hong Kong on November 12.

Police fire tear gas at demonstrators at Hong Kong University on November 12th.

A man is arrested during a protest at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 12th.

Students block an escalator with chairs to hinder police at the University of Hong Kong on November 12th.

A demonstrator arrested on November 11 in the Hong Kong Central District.

People react after police fired tear gas during a protest in the central district of Hong Kong on November 11.

Protesters use a catapult against the police on November 11th.

The riot police arrives during a demonstration on November 10 with demonstrators at the entrance to a shopping mall.

Protesters block the police with umbrellas door of a mall on November 10. Protesters beat windows in a subway station and shopping mall on Sunday and arrested policemen in Hong Kong areas.

A man is helped by a volunteer paramedic after police used pepper spray during a demonstration on November 10th.

Protesters erected barricades in Tseung Kwan O after a ceremony that Chow Tsz-lok paid homage on November 8.

A person places a flower at a memorial to the 22-year-old Hong Kong University joke at Chow Tsz-lok, on November 8.

Students in gas masks are seen attending a graduation ceremony at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 7 in Hong Kong.

Firefighters stand in front of Xinhua Chinese Bureau The news agency was damaged by demonstrators in Hong Kong on Saturday, November 2. The riot police in Hong Kong fired several rounds of tear gas and deployed a water cannon on Saturday to rally a rally of thousands of masked demonstrators calling for autonomy after Beijing hinted that Richard Chan, a candidate for the county council elections, responded after being fired Was sprayed with pepper spray by the police in Hong Kong on 2 November.

Thousands of black-clad, masked protesters flocked into Hong Kong's central shopping district for another November 2 rally.

A woman in a Halloween costume talks to a police officer in protective clothing on October 31st.

A man disguised as a joker for Halloween walks past police on October 31st.

A pro-democracy protester arrested in Hong Kong on October 27 by riot police in Mong Kok district.

Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong (2nd L) and Kelvin Lam (2nd L) 2nd R) shout slogans when they meet with the media in Hong Kong on October 29, 2019, before the Legislative Council (LegCo) After Wong was banned for an upcoming local election. After months of violent protests in the city, Wong was banned from participating in the upcoming local elections on October 29.

A demonstrator throws a tear gas canister in Hong Kong on October 27.

A couple wearing Guy Fawkes masks watches a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong on October 26.

Protesters fire a fire outside the MTR station on October 27th. Tear gas smoke explodes via reporters during an anti-government protest in Mong Kok district, Hong Kong, on October 27.

Proponents of Democracy hold large letters in the Central District in Hong Kong with an inscription "Free Hong Kong" in hand on October 26 during a gathering of medical professionals.

High school students attend a rally of human chains outside Kowloon Park in Hong Kong on October 25.

South Horizons community pro-democracy activist and organizer Joshua Wong answers media questions after asking for a reunion Policewoman Dorothy Ma at the Hong Kong South District office on October 24.

The police fired blue paint against demonstrators in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 20. Blue color can be used to color and identify masked protests Ester.

Protesters fired a shop on October 20.

Police charge in a pro-democracy march in Kowloon County on October 20.

A Protester Fires Branch of the Bank of China on October 20

A pro-democracy protester arrested by police on October 20.

Lam arrives on 16 October in the Legislative Council.

A demonstrator shoots a basketball 15th on a Lam poster during a rally on Tuesday, October.

Protesters fired a Bank of China branch on Sunday, October 13. It was the 19th weekend in a row that anti-government protests took place in Hong Kong's business district of Hong Kong.

A protester tries to break a tourist bus window on October 13th.

Anti-government protesters erected the statue "The Statue of Liberty of Hong Kong," which symbolizes the city's recent democratic movement. The figure is a little over two meters tall and was carried in pieces on the Lion Rock, one of Hong Kong's most famous peaks.

Protesters destroy a restaurant in a mall on October 13th.

Police illuminate demonstrators outside The Ma On Shan Police Station on October 9.

Protesters destroy a branch of the Bank of China on October 7.

A woman is treated after police fire tear gas to disperse protesters in Hong Kong's Mong Kok district on October 7

Police clear a street while demonstrators and pedestrians gather on October 7 in the city Close to the Mong Kok Police Station.

Democrats protest on October 7 in a mall gathering a portrait in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 6.

Protesters ravage the local government offices of Cheung Sha Wan on October 6.

Rescue teams check the floor of a taxi after the driver allegedly drove onto the sidewalk and hit Hong Kong protesters on 6 October.

A China Construction Bank is seen ravaged on October 6 at Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.

Democrats protest in Causeway Bay on the street.

People protest against the mask ban on Saturday, October 5.

Police arrest a demonstrator on October 5.

An anti-government protester stands near a fire on Friday, October 4.

Protesters move a statue with an armed protesters gas mask, helmet and umbrella on the streets of Hong Kong on October 4.

Protesters fire a China Construction Bank.

Police use tear gas in front of a restaurant during a protest in Causeway Bay district.

] Protesters spray color slogans at the entrance to a tunnel on October 4th.

A fire is seen in front of a shop destroyed by demonstrators.

A shop destroyed by demonstrators.

Pro-democracy protesters hold their hands to symbolize their five demands during a rally on October 4.

Protesters launch petrol bombs on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Tsuen Wan Police Station.

A young protester was shot dead on Tuesday, October 1, when violent Hong Kong protests erupted on the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. The incident was a significant escalation of violence that could fuel the protest movement in Hong Kong.

The police arrested a pro-government protesters on October 1. Thousands of black-clad demonstrators marched in central Hong Kong as part of a multi-democracy rally.

Protesters are surrounded by smoke from tear gas shells on October 1st.

Protesters marching against the government are seen through a window with placards removed on October 1st.

Police crack down on democracy and arrest demonstrators in clashes on October 1st.

Protesters react after police fired tear gas near the central government offices in Hong Kong's Admiralty on October 1, 30 September.

A man arrested by police in Hong Kong during a protest in the Causeway Bay shopping district on September 29.

Riot police attempt to disperse the demonstrators on September 29.

Bus passengers watch a burning barricade being lit by demonstrators for democracy on Sunday, September 22, in front of the Mong Kok Police Station.

Demonstrators for Democracy sing songs and slogans during a rally in a mall on September 22. [19659002] An anti-government protester throws a Molotov cocktail at a demonstration near the government complex on Sunday, September 15.

Pro-government and anti-government supporters will sing against each other in a Hong Kong shopping mall on Friday, September 13th. protect Hong Kong.

Protesters hold up their mobile phone lights as they form a human chain at Peak, a tourist destination in Hong Kong, on September 13.

Police escort an injured man after he attacked Prince's demonstrators at Edward Station in Hong Kong on Friday, September 6.

Protesters burn paper money to pay their respects to injured demonstrators.

Protesters prepare for clash with police in front of Mong Kok Police Station on September 6.

A protester Police Arrest Po Lam Local Police Station on Thursday, September 5.

A man watches TV in a shop in Hong Kong while CEO Carrie Lam announces the withdrawal of the extradition law on Wednesday, September 4. [19659002] A woman becomes emotional on September 4 while paying tribute to protesters who had been injured a few days earlier

Demonstrators drive through a station on Tuesday, September 3, during a rally on gas masks and helmets with a banner reading "Five important demands are essential" at St. Francis & # 39; Canossian College in Hong Kong.

On Sunday, September 1, protesters gather at Hong Kong International Airport Bus Terminal Pro-democracy activists attempted to block transport routes to the city's airport.

A passenger walks to the airport on September 1, when pro-democracy demonstrators blocked a road outside the airport.

A demonstrator uses a slingshot outside the central government complex in clashes with the police on Saturday, August 31st. A day after several leading activists and lawmakers were arrested for crackdown, thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators held a rally against the government.

Protesters fire a Molotov cocktail on August 31st.

Police officers advance in clashes with demonstrators on August 31.

Protesters pull cover while policemen shoot blue water at them. Blue dye can be used to color and identify masked demonstrators.

During protests, a surveillance camera is covered with white paint.

Protesters react in a top view after the police fired tear gas on August 31st.

Pro Democracy Activists Agnes Chow and Joshua Wong talk to the media after they were released on bail at the Eastern Municipal Courts on Friday, August 30. They were arrested the same day in a dragnet in Hong Kong.

A policeman aims a gun at a demonstrator on 25 August.

Some demonstrators shoot laser lines on police lines on August 25th.

Protesters and police collide on 24 August.

Protesters pick up stones to use as projectiles August 24.

Police withdraw after clashes with demonstrators on August 24th.

Humans join their hands as they gather on Friday, August 23, at the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui. Show of solid arity.

On August 23, Lion Rock phones light up on the top.

On August 18th, protesters march under umbrellas.

Tens of thousands of demonstrators appeared on the streets on 18 August. [19659002] A protester takes part in a march on Saturday, August 17th. His eye is covered with red gauze. He refers to a woman who was allegedly shot in a collision between demonstrators and police with a beanbag in the eye.

The demonstrators respond after the police fired tear gas to disperse a demonstration at the Sham Shui Po Police Station in Hong Kong on August 14.

Demonstrators show lasers at Sham Shui Po police station on August 14.

Police use pepper spray to disperse protesters in Hong Kong on August 13 at the airport.

Police and protesters collide at the airport on 13 August. The violence came back to the Hong Kong Airport Authority announcement that all check-in services will be suspended for another night, as the terminal operations "ser" are iously disrupted.

A passenger handing her baggage to security forces as she tries to enter the departure gate.

A scoreboard shows canceled flights on August 13.

Government protesters stand at a barricade of baggage carts during a Demonstration on August 13 at the airport.

Physicians care for a woman who has suffered a facial injury in clashes on August 11.

A Democrat-friendly Protester Held by Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station on 11 May August.

Police fire tear gas at demonstrators during a demonstration in Wong Tai Sin district on August 5.

A train passenger points at a demonstrator who closed the doors of a train on August 5. The demonstrator tried to stop the disturbing morning commuting in Hong Kong.

A man lies down in a subway train during a protest on 5 August. [19659002] A man comforts his pregnant wife near the platform after Prote On 5 August, bulls blocked the train doors.

A demonstrator is under tear gas during a confrontation with police in the early hours of 4 August.

A Chinese flag floats in the water after being thrown by demonstrators during a demonstration Demonstration on Saturday, August 3.

A protester sprays paint on a wall on August 3.

Hong Kong medical professionals attend a demonstration on Edinburgh Place on Friday, August 2.

The Landmark of China The Liaison Office is protected by Plexiglas during a demonstration on Sunday, July 28th.

A demonstrator flees on Saturday, July 27, in front of the baton-ridden police in Yuen Long District, Hong Kong.

A demonstrator watches clashes with the police on July 27 during the demonstration by the umbrellas.

Travelers watch the demonstrators' rally on Friday, July 26th.

Protesters join police on Sunday, July 21st.

Medical Assisting a Tearful Demonstrator Gas on July 21 [19659002] Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho's office was destroyed by demonstrators in Tsuen Wan district, Hong Kong.

Police officers use pepper spray to disperse protesters following a rally in Sheung Shui district on July 13.

A protester sprays paint into a chamber in the Legislative Council building in Hong Kong, which protesters invaded on Monday, July 1.

The session hall of the Legislative Council will be taken over by protesters on 1 July.

A protester smashes a window of the parliament building.

During the march on July 1, sunlight columns are thrown at a crowd.

China and Hong Kong flag helicopters fly over demonstrators on July 1st.

Pro-Democratic Legislator Roy Kwong gathers demonstrators with a megaphone on July 1st.

A policeman uses pepper spray during a clash with demonstrators on July 1st.

A protester wearing a T-shirt with the word "Revolution" comes in to the cription on a street labeled "Long Live HK".

On July 1, police arrest demonstrators near the seat of government in Hong Kong.

In the plan view, thousands of demonstrators marched on a street in Hong Kong on Sunday, June 16

Protesters run after police fired tear gas on Wednesday, June 12.

Protesters stand up against the police during rally on June 12.

On the morning of June 12, tens of thousands of mainly young people arrived in the area, blocking roads and bringing Hong Kong's center to a standstill.

A protester holds a sign during the rally on June 12th.

Police accuse protesters of clashes on June 10. It was a continuation of the protests that started the day before.

Protesters hold pictures of Hong Kong General Manager Carrie Lam on Sunday, June 9th.

The demonstrators waved posters on June 9 and wore white – the set color of the rally. "Hong Kong, never give up!" some sung.

Students wear chains during a demonstration on Saturday, June 8th.

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