Hong Kong police dismantle protest site


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Hong Kong police dismantle protest site


Hong Kong police swooped at dawn to partially clear a democracy protest site Friday, tearing down tents and barricades hours after the city’s embattled leader reopened his offer of talks to end nearly 3 weeks of disruptive demonstrations. Mongkok has seen violent scuffles between demonstrators calling for full democracy in the southern Chinese city and pro-government groups. The dawn raid was met with no resistance from demonstrators, and came as the city’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying renewed his offer for talks with student protesters a week after abruptly pulling out.

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