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Police force considering spraying liquid dye at radical protesters to make identifying suspects easier.
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New multi-route tactic intends to divert police attention and resources.
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Some of the 2,500 locals who gathered in Terminal One handed out leaflets to locals and tourists arriving in the city.
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Swimmers are being told to take care at beaches and pools amid a shortage of some 400 lifeguards.
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Teen participants hoped to put pressure on the government with peaceful demonstration.
While an official student march was cancelled for safety reasons, environmental groups including Extinction Rebellion HK still gathered to demand government action.
Four cracks found on the rail line as MTR Corp looks for overseas experts with the relevant experience to help trace the cause.
The award-winning teen artist hopes people will learn to appreciate the cultural treasures Hong Kong has to offer.
Swire Coca-Cola aims to change Hongkongers' attitude toward recycling by making it easier and more convenient than ever.
The crowd of teenagers chanted slogans asking that the five demands be met, and singing the anthem 'Glory to Hong Kong'.
The public is being advised to reduce time spent outdoors, although with maximum temperatures expected to reach 34 degrees Celsius, most won't need much convincing.
The STEM enthusiasts from St Mark’s School built an application that measures the distance between objects via radio-frequency identification.
The teen activist urged officials to take significant action for the planet.

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