Two women who support the Hong Kong protests describe the loyalty conflict in their families. One is daughter of a policeman and the other is engaged to a member of the riot police.
Demonstrators have used cat-and-mouse tactics with riot police, diffusing into small groups to complicate policing efforts. But police have also responded with new methods — and more arrests.
Reporting has become increasingly difficult in Hong Kong since pro-democracy protests erupted in the city four months ago. Many media organizations with ties to China are actively self-censoring. William Yang reports.
Molotovs have been thrown inside Kowloon metro station, Hong Kong police say. The station was seriously damaged
in the attack, they said, but no injuries were reported.
Clamping down hard on protests in Hong Kong will only help in the short term. Beijing has not yet understood that many young Hong Kong citizens are experiencing their own moment of reckoning, writes Frank Sieren.
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