Police insiders say the new weapons are necessary, as the effectiveness of pepper spray has decreased.
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Activists call President Tsai Ing-wen’s re-election a morale boost for their months-long movement.
Experts warn city is poorly equipped to deal with huge mental health burden
Lily Wong was leaving city to observe the Taiwan presidential voting when she was taken away by officers, according to a Facebook post by the party
The transport worker was sentenced to nine months in jail for threatening a group with a 15cm blade.
The Secretary for Security suggested some protesters had received support from foreign organisation at the Legislative Council on Wednesday.
Chief Executive insists she has full confidence in Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC).
Leung Ka-kei, 24, was stopped at an immigration checkpoint around 11.30pm on Sunday as he was only allowed to travel starting midnight on Monday.
It is believed to be the first such punishment for offensive language in classroom against the anti-government movement.