Government criticised across political spectrum for inaction as demonstrations take over university campuses
In his first public comments on the protests, Chinese President Xi Jinping says putting an end to violence and restoring order remains the city's most urgent priority.
One man was set on fire by protesters in Ma On Shan, and a teenage boy was reportedly hit by police tear gas canisters in Tin Shui Wai.
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After initially refusing to close schools, the Education Bureau has suspended all classes on Thursday.
Hong Kong protests: Security Chief reports four times as many under 16s arrested over last two months
165 of the 3,001 people arrested as of the October 31 were younger than 16
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Hong Kong protests: Elderly man remains in critical condition after being hit in head by brick thrown by demonstrators
A 70-year-old man was injured while using his phone to take a photograph of the protesters during a clash in Sheung Shui
Tear gas and petrol bombs were fired during a stand-off at Chinese University and roads were blocked across the city.
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Hong Kong protests: Education Bureau announces that parents should decide if children attend school on Wednesday
They stressed that all campuses must remain open and that students should only travel under safe conditions.
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Five Hong Kong schools run by the English Schools Foundation have closed their artificial sports pitches due to safety concerns over chemicals exceeding international health standards.
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A video showing a teenage YouTuber confronting Scholarism leader Joshua Wong Chi-fung in a busy MTR train compartment – and then be greeted by curses and swears from other passengers – has gone viral.
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Underprivileged children in Hong Kong can attend free football classes with one of the world's leading clubs, AC Milan, thanks to local charity Football for Life.
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Lawyers against the ban argued that it gave Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yuet-ngor unrestricted powers to make laws.
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