Diehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam TsangDiehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong police chief Stephen Lo steps back from riot label as Carrie Lam keeps low profile

  • Police commissioner clarifies that only those who attacked frontline officers with metal rods and bricks will be accused of rioting
  • Hong Kong’s embattled leader stays away from the public eye but holds private meetings to reach out to educators and religious leaders

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Diehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam TsangDiehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diehard opponents remained camped out on roads surrounding the legislative and administrative headquarters in Admiralty on Monday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
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