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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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HK Chief Executive announced the extradition bill would be full withdrawn, and addressed the demonstrations, and the rest of the protesters' five demands.
Incident happened after police checked on group of 40 students and adults protesting outside Tai Po secondary school on Tuesday.
HK teens are hopeful and think that it's a step in the right direction, but that it won't have an huge impact on the protests.
The announcement comes after three months of demonstrations that have rocked the city and escalated in violence from police and demonstrators
The Chief Executive met one of the protesters's five key demands, but many students still feel HongKongers will stay angry.
The cloud-based instant messaging app has become one of the most popular tools of the anti-government demonstrations.
The Cavendish banana accounts for 99 per cent of the world's export market, but its genetic uniformity makes it an easy target for Panama disease.
The move could be beneficial for users' mental health, especially that of teenagers and young adults.
The former school supervisor forbade students from boycotting class and allegedly said she could use her connections to help them get into university
Crowds in the train station were pepper sprayed after they complained about the force's treatment of a protester and blocked additional law enforcement.