Hong Kong police use pepper spray in Lung Wo Road clear-out operation

Hundreds of police officers cleared out Lung Wo Road tunnel in Admiralty which was re-occupied by Occupy protesters Tuesday night. During the operation on Wednesday early morning, police used pepper spray and forced protesters to retreat to Tamar Park nearby.  37 men, 8 women were arrested for illegal assembly. For the latest follow our live blog here.

Morning in Causeway Bay as #OccupyCentral continues into 10th day (at Causeway Bay)


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CHINA, HONG KONG : A woman displays the word democracy on her leg at a pro-democracy rally near the central government offices in Hong Kong on October 5, 2014. Fresh clashes broke out at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests on October 5, with riot police using batons and pepper spray to fight back demonstrators, as student leaders reopened the door to talks with the government. AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE


CHINA, HONG KONG : Policemen try to get a man to let go of a fence guarded by pro-democracy demonstrators in an occupied area of Hong Kong on October 3, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters clashed with opposition groups in two of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping districts on October 3, with police stepping in to try to calm the chaos. AFP PHOTO / Philippe Lopez

Hong Kong police maintain order, but not arresting nor questioning some provokers

An organised group of about 30 men wearing masks broke through Hennessey Road and reached Jardine’s Bazaar and began removing barricades there. Police tried to contain the situation, but fights flared up involving men, police and protesters. Get the latest on Occupy Central here.

Hong Kong: a day at Occupy Central

Hong Kong is known for it’s many marches and protests year-around. But, Occupy Central is much bigger and longer than any previous. So, we thought we’d take a look at what is happening on the ground at the protest site during the day.

Watch: Occupy Hong Kong: scenes from Admiralty, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay

Full story: http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1603762/live-severe-disruption-expected-day-dawns-occupied-hong-kong

This is what is going on in Hong Kong now. 

WATCH: Police fire tear gas at protesters outside Hong Kong government offices

Learn more here: http://f.sc.mp/Bth7ggH