Protesters engage in a game of cat-and-mouse, splintering off as police advance and regrouping after officers move away. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: chaos returns to streets of Yuen Long as riot police use tear gas to disperse crowd marking three-month anniversary of attack in railway station

  • Demonstrators occupy section of Castle Peak Road and set up makeshift barricades to block traffic in evening
  • Radical protesters also vandalise bank facilities and petrol bombs are thrown
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Protesters engage in a game of cat-and-mouse, splintering off as police advance and regrouping after officers move away. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Police fire tear gas on Nathan Road on Sunday night. Photo: AFP

More than 100 petrol bombs thrown, 11 MTR station entrances damaged and one retailer losing over HK$2 million in goods. Hong Kong police break down the cost of Sunday’s night of violence

  • Fire department says protests are hindering response times, noting they reached fewer than half of Sunday’s calls in Kowloon within the desired six minutes
  • Four police officers suffer injuries, while Hospital Authority treats another 23 people, aged between 11 and 73, during night of destruction
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Police fire tear gas on Nathan Road on Sunday night. Photo: AFP
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