The police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam TsangThe police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
The police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong anti-government protests: more than 7,600 arrested during unrest

  • Only 1,200 of those held have been prosecuted
  • Police officers earn more than HK$2 billion in overtime pay since disturbances erupted in June
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam TsangThe police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
The police force used its water cannon vehicles and anti-riot trucks on 65 and 68 days respectively during the anti-government unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
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