A group of masked people smashed two glass doors of the Legco building with metal railings and bricks at about 1am Wednesday, the 53rd day of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests. Pro-democracy lawmaker Fernando Cheung and a student protester reacted to the incident.
Thousands of furious students, teachers and family members have been continuously taking to the streets of Mexico to demand justice for 43 young men feared to have been massacred back in September by drug-gang hitmen working in cahoots with corrupt police. The outrage over the case has constituted the biggest crisis to President Pena Nieto’s administration since he took office in 2012.
Hong Kong police clash with pro-democracy demonstrators after a small group attempt to break into the city's legislature, with tensions spiking as court-ordered clearances of protest sites get under way.
Beijingers finally waved goodbye to the “Apec blue” on Wednesday as a yellow pollution alert was issued after the capital was shrouded in thick smog.