Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Polytechnic University war zone: how Hong Kong radicals got boxed in by police after two days of ferocious clashes

  • Sunday’s ugly battles end with police blocking campus exits, ordering radicals to leave
  • Campus a disaster zone as mob hurls petrol bombs at police, sets PolyU entrance ablaze

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Water cannons move toward radicals at PolyU, who have occupied the campus since Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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