Demonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: BloombergDemonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: Bloomberg
Demonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: Bloomberg
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New year gets off to violent start in Hong Kong as old problems remain

  • As vandalism and clashes force the first mass protest of 2020 to be called off, the wait for political solutions from the city’s leader goes on

Demonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: BloombergDemonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: Bloomberg
Demonstrators march through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay on New Year’s Day before the protest descended into violence and vandalism. Photo: Bloomberg
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