Hong Kong protestors take to the streets, clash with police on Christmas eve
HONG KONG —Hong Kong pro-democracy activists took to the streets again yesterday evening (Dec 24).
HONG KONG — Hong Kong pro-democracy activists took to the streets again yesterday evening (Dec 24).
As rallies continued into the night, brief clashes with police led to the arrest of 12 protestors – 10 men and 2 women, the South China Morning Post reported.
Protestors in yellow accessories gathered in Mong Kok chanting demands for universal suffrage.
Over at Wan Chai, local media reported that about 250 protestors marched toward the government building.
Crowds started gathering on the evening of Christmas eve, ahead of Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung’s visit to Beijing today (Dec 25).
The 12 people arrested were aged between 13 and 43.
Sources: SCMP, Wires
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