Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam
Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protests: petrol bomb attacks on city’s courts condemned as act of ‘criminals, not genuine protesters’

  • Entrances of Court of Final Appeal in Central and the High Court in Admiralty were firebombed on the sidelines of a peaceful protest march
  • Law Society condemns attack on judicial integrity

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam
Fire damage at the Court of Final Appeal in Central after radical protesters threw petrol bombs at the entrance on Sunday. Photo: Nora Tam
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