A Pro-Beijing group marches to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa

Pro-Beijing supporters turn up at Hong Kong’s lunchtime protests, stepping on US flag and pictures of Donald Trump

  • About 40 loyalists on Tuesday marched to the US consulate during the lunchtime demonstrations normally waged by anti-government protesters
  • Along the way, they stomped on pictures of the US president, who last week signed two acts they viewed as supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A Pro-Beijing group marches to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
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A woman tries to leave Pedder Street in Central after being pepper sprayed by police. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Police use pepper spray as protesters at regular lunchtime rallies in Hong Kong say their fight is far from over

  • Crowds gather at major junctions, blocking roads in Central and Kowloon
  • Police fire pepper spray in tense exchange on Pedder Street
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A woman tries to leave Pedder Street in Central after being pepper sprayed by police. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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