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'No withdrawal, no dispersal': Protests continue for democracy in Hong Kong
Protesters turned Hong Kong streets into rivers of umbrellas Sunday as they marched from a packed park and filled a major road in Hong Kong, where mass pro-democracy demonstrations have become a regular weekend activity over the summer. (Photo: AP)
Protesters turned Hong Kong streets into rivers of umbrellas Sunday as they marched from a packed park and filled a major road in Hong Kong, where mass pro-democracy demonstrations have become a regular weekend activity over the summer. (Photo: AP)
A replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue wearing a hard hat, gas mask, handcuffs and covered in a red liquid is displayed during a demonstration at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, Sunday. (Photo: AP)
A replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue wearing a hard hat, gas mask, handcuffs and covered in a red liquid is displayed during a demonstration at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, Sunday. (Photo: AP)
Protesters attend a rally at Victoria Park in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
Protesters attend a rally at Victoria Park in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
A  man with a sticker that reads "I Stand With Hong Kong" on his glasses gathered with others in Lafayette Square in front of the White House in Washington. (Photo: AP)
A man with a sticker that reads "I Stand With Hong Kong" on his glasses gathered with others in Lafayette Square in front of the White House in Washington. (Photo: AP)
Mooncakes with Chinese words 'Hong Kong people' on the tray at a bakery in Hong Kong. This year, At Wah Yee Tang, the traditional Chinese harvest festival treat comes with a twist: slogans opposing the city’s Beijing-backed government and promoting Hong Kong’s unique identity that have become popular rallying cries during the protests. Mooncakes are stamped with the messages such as "No withdrawal, no dispersal", "Be water", and "Hong Kong people". (Photo: AP)
Mooncakes with Chinese words 'Hong Kong people' on the tray at a bakery in Hong Kong. This year, At Wah Yee Tang, the traditional Chinese harvest festival treat comes with a twist: slogans opposing the city’s Beijing-backed government and promoting Hong Kong’s unique identity that have become popular rallying cries during the protests. Mooncakes are stamped with the messages such as "No withdrawal, no dispersal", "Be water", and "Hong Kong people". (Photo: AP)
Police officers armed with riots gear stand out side Mong Kok police station during pro-democracy protesters march in Hong Kong. Another weekend of protests is underway in Hong Kong as Mainland Chinese police are holding drills in nearby Shenzhen, prompting speculation they could be sent in to suppress the protests. (Photo: AP)
Police officers armed with riots gear stand out side Mong Kok police station during pro-democracy protesters march in Hong Kong. Another weekend of protests is underway in Hong Kong as Mainland Chinese police are holding drills in nearby Shenzhen, prompting speculation they could be sent in to suppress the protests. (Photo: AP)
A pro-China supporter carries a Chinese national flag to support police and anti-violence during a rally at a park in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
A pro-China supporter carries a Chinese national flag to support police and anti-violence during a rally at a park in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
A protester, wearing an eye patches to show solidarity to a woman reportedly injured in the eye by a beanbag fired by police, takes part in a rally in Hong Kong on Sunday. A spokesman for China's ceremonial legislature condemned statements from U.S. lawmakers supportive of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, as more protests were planned Sunday following a day of dueling rallies that highlighted the political divide in the Chinese territory. (Photo: AP)
A protester, wearing an eye patches to show solidarity to a woman reportedly injured in the eye by a beanbag fired by police, takes part in a rally in Hong Kong on Sunday. A spokesman for China's ceremonial legislature condemned statements from U.S. lawmakers supportive of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, as more protests were planned Sunday following a day of dueling rallies that highlighted the political divide in the Chinese territory. (Photo: AP)
Police officers armed with riots gear charge during pro-democracy protesters march in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
Police officers armed with riots gear charge during pro-democracy protesters march in Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)
A protester marches with a poster with the words 'To the Young People, Thank you.' (Photo: AP)
A protester marches with a poster with the words 'To the Young People, Thank you.' (Photo: AP)