It's the third time police have shot a protester since demonstrations began in June. The 21-year-old is in critical condition.
“They charged me with the crime of selling illegal books. So it's obvious that if I stayed in Hong Kong, I'd be dead for sure.”
Forced disappearances and reports of torture mark President Xi Jinping's justice record.
Protesters remain determined to have their other demands fulfilled.
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One prominent protest leader warns that the government will use the withdrawal as an excuse to repress protesters: "a full-scale clampdown is on the way."
The state news agency tweaked a poem by German pastor Martin Niemöller’s anti-Nazi poem, effectively comparing protesters to cowardly Germans who didn’t stand up to the Nazis.
Tattoo artists across the city are getting requests for designs that feature symbols of the protests like umbrellas, gas masks, and Hong Kong’s floral emblem.
After the police arrested a student protest leader for buying laser pointers, protesters hit the streets with hundreds of them.
And the Chinese government has praised them for their "spontaneous patriotism."
As police crack down on platforms inviting people to join the march, protesters are resorting to creative ways of using technology to fuel the movement.
Police responded to protesters with tear gas, and once again, an armed mob beat demonstrators with wooden batons.
Meanwhile, Chinese forces are gathering at the border, in the latest sign that Beijing is stepping up its crackdown on the pro-democracy movement.