Officers also arrested 148 people, 95 men and 53 women, during the protests on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong
Officers also arrested 148 people, 95 men and 53 women, during the protests on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong

Police fired nearly 1,000 rounds of ammunition during chaos that gripped Hong Kong, almost equalling amount used in June and July clashes

  • Officers used more than 800 rounds of tear gas, 140 rubber bullets and 20 sponge-tipped rounds on Monday
  • Protests have escalated into attempt to destroy city say police, echoing comments made by city’s leader Carrie Lam

Officers also arrested 148 people, 95 men and 53 women, during the protests on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong
Officers also arrested 148 people, 95 men and 53 women, during the protests on Monday. Photo: Felix Wong
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