Hard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: KyodoHard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: Kyodo
Hard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: Kyodo

Hong Kong Polytechnic University reopens to some staff and students, weeks after its descent into protest war zone

  • Academics and postgraduate students return after campus was devastated by clashes last month
  • Violent exchanges of tear gas and petrol bombs last month led to police siege of radical protesters
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: KyodoHard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: Kyodo
Hard-core protesters launch petrol bombs outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University during unrest that police labelled a riot. Photo: Kyodo
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