In Hong Kong, more violence

Protesters gather in Hong Kong in this undated photo.
(Photo: ChinaAid)

(Hong Kong—Nov. 12, 2019) Hong Kong police injured at least 60 students yesterday during a clash at a university campus.

The officials claimed they were illegally assembled and broke onto the school grounds without a warrant.

The authorities fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and a water cannon loaded with chemicals and dye at the students and journalists.

These events came just after a few violent days in the former British colony, which is experiencing as part of a series of ongoing protests. One police officer shot a protester at close range. The wounded man is now in the hospital.

Another man, who is pro-China, was doused in flammable liquid and set ablaze in a video. However, ChinaAid Founder and President Bob Fu wrote on Twitter, “[This is] clearly an evil propaganda organized stunt by the [Chinese Communist Party],” Fu wrote on Twitter. “The guy ‘on fire’ obviously had been covered by fire prevention materials on his whole body so that he can walk away quietly….”

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ChinaAid will continue to report on the Hong Kong situation as it unfolds.

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