Hong Kong: mammoth rally marks six months of pro-democracy protests

  The Guardian 

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Sea of protesters pour on to streets calling for elections and inquiry into police tactics Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have once again poured on to the streets of Hong Kong, their chants echoing off high-rise buildings, in a mass show of support for a protest movement that shows no signs of flagging as it enters a seventh month. Chanting “Fight for freedom” and “Stand with Hong Kong”, a sea of protesters formed a mile-long human snake winding for blocks on Hong Kong Island, from the Causeway Bay shopping district to the Central business zone. Continue reading...
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