Hong Kong protesters arrested as they attempt to escape besieged university


as from around the world there has been
intense violence around Hong Kong Polytechnic University more than 400
people were arrested overnight as a standoff continues and global concerns
arise the Chinese central government appointed a new hardline police
commissioner for details let’s turn to our Kim
bo-gyung in a press briefing on Tuesday Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam
said around 600 people have come out of the campus following a warning where she
urged protesters to give up their weapons and come out about 400 who are
over the age of 18 were immediately arrested by Hong Kong police those under
18 were not taken into custody and Lam promised that they will be handled in a
humanitarian way approximately 100 protesters are still inside the
university where food and medicine are reportedly running out in related news
Hong Kong from democracy activists tosia Wong and human rights group
Amnesty International have urged Germany to stop providing military training to
Chinese troops stationed in Hong Kong based on the report out of Germany the
German military plans to provide senior officer training to 11 Hong kong-based
Chinese soldiers next year the United States and the United Kingdom have also
expressed deep concern over their unrest violence by any side is unacceptable the
Hong Kong government bears primary responsibility for bringing calm to Hong
Kong however China claimed that British
politicians were Fanning the flames of turmoil by referring to the
demonstrators as pro-democracy protesters we urge these forces to
immediately stop any form of interference in Hong Kong affairs and
China’s internal affairs and immediately stop condoning violent offenses
otherwise they would the stone only to drop it on their own feet adding to that
the Chinese central government has appointed hardliner Chris tang as the
new commissioner of police in Hong Kong in his exclusive interview with the Hong
kong-based South China Morning Post he criticized the protesters saying their
violent behavior was close to terrorism and added police use force just to
protect themselves not to suppress the crowd observers say the appointment
suggests that Chinese government will handle the unrest strongly Kim bo-gyung
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2 thoughts on “Hong Kong protesters arrested as they attempt to escape besieged university

  • November 19, 2019 at 3:18 pm
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    '….otherwise, they would lift the stone, only to drop it on their own feet ' WTF does that even mean ? Sounds like some kind of threat. Way to go, Chinese arsehole !!

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  • November 19, 2019 at 4:08 pm
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    JOSHUA WONG JUST HAPPENED TO BE THE MOST STUPID STUDENT IN HONGKONG! LOOK AT HIS SHADDY FACE! LET HIM GO TO HELL

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