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Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong Because anti-government protests continue

Pro-democracy protesters at Hong Kong battled with authorities as anti-government demonstrators took to the roads for the 24th weekend in a row.

Black-clad activists crushed industrial assumptions as authorities reacted with batons.

The most recent violence comes two weeks before district council elections at the Chinese-ruled city.

The clashes spilled to the roads beyond the V City mall with running battles between police and demonstrators.

Pro-democracy protesters vandalized a railway station in the new city of Sha Tin and smashed a restaurant up considered to be pro-Beijing, overturning banqueting tables and smashing glass panels

Telephone for revenge

The most recent violence followed a gathering of tens of thousands of individuals in a vigil on Saturday night to get a pupil who died in hospital this week after a high fall in a protest.

Seven pro-democracy town lawmakers are arrested or face arrest and are expected to appear in court Monday on charges of blocking a May meeting of the local meeting, according to authorities and a number of those lawmakers.

Protesters are angry about what they view as police brutality.

They’re also mad about claims that Beijing is headquartered at the former British colony’s freedoms, guaranteed by the”one country, two systems” formula set up because the land returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

China denies interfering and has blamed Western nations such as stirring up trouble.