Police raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson WongPolice raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson Wong
Police raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protests: at least 14 arrested as hundreds gather to mark anniversary of Prince Edward station chaos

  • Nine men and five women, aged 16 to 60, arrested for offences including unlawful assembly, disorder in a public place and assaulting a police officer
  • Gathering comes less than 24 hours after a man many believed disappeared that chaotic evening last year revealed he was not missing at all

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson WongPolice raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson Wong
Police raise a blue flag warning demonstrators they may be taking part in an illegal assembly. Photo: Winson Wong
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