Hong Kong police said they had seized roughly 4,000 petrol bombs found at a university campus.
It's likely this will worsen already fraught relations between Washington and Beijing
Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam said on Mondat that she will "listen to the opinions of members of the public humbly and seriously reflect", after pro-democracy achieved a landslide victory in the District Council elections.
Voters sent a clear signal of support for the anti-government protests that have rocked the territory for more than five months.
Protesters trapped inside a Hong Kong university on Wednesday tried to flee through the sewers but firemen prevented further escape bids by blocking a manhole into the system.
Police fired tear gas and wielded batons.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said that around 100 protesters remain in the Polytechnic University campus.
Pro-democracy protestors are focusing their fight on a university campus in the Chinese territory’s central Kowloon district.
A city spokesman said it was a “voluntary community activity” by the People's Liberation Army, adding that the city government did not request assistance from the PLA, which has stayed confined to its garrison during six months of protests.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Kowloon remained blocked by an unconditional group of at least 100 students and other militant protesters on Saturday, while most of the remaining nine major universities in the city were no longer occupied, except for a handful of people.
They built concrete walls and watchtowers and had weapons that included bows and arrows, catapults and hundreds of petrol bombs.
Vincent Philippe Reffet and Frederic Yves Fugen leapt from a helicopter and sped towards Tianmen Cave, in central China's Hunan province.
Cellphone footage showed passengers arguing on a Hong Kong train as protesters blocked the carriage doors from closing on Wednesday morning.
Sanya, on the southern tip of China’s Hainan island, is already proving popular with European holidaymakers. But some foreigners are also coming here to make it their home
Hong Kong police shot and wounded one protester on Monday, who, hospital officials said, was in critical condition, as the Chinese-ruled territory spiralled into rare working-hours violence in its 24th straight week of pro-democracy unrest.
Protesters threw petrol bombs at police after a weekend of clashes across the Chinese-ruled territory, marking a dramatic escalation in more than five months of often violent pro-democracy unrest.
An unidentified demonstrator was undergoing surgery in critical condition in Chan Wai district, the hospital told NBC News.
Police clashed with protesters in Hong Kong as pro-democracy supporters took to the streets for the 24th consecutive weekend
Hong Kong protesters held a vigil for "martyrs" on Saturday (November 9) after a student died in hospital this week following a high fall, fueling anger among pro-democracy demonstrators who first took to the streets in June.
Chow Tsz-lok, who studied at the University of Science and Technology (UST), fell on Monday from the third to the second floor of a parking lot.
The French and Chinese presidents have issued a joint statement to reassert their mutual support for the Paris climate accord.
Protesters in Guy Fawkes masks, a protest symbol worldwide, marched in downtown Hong Kong on Tuesday to mark the one-month anniversary of the mask ban
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at the International Import Expo in Shanghai on Tuesday along with Chinese President Xi Jinping
The French President showed off fine wine and beef to the Chinese President ahead of the inauguration of a local outpost of the Pompidou Centre.
The French and Chinese presidents are set to sign an agreement that mentions the 'irreversibility' of the Paris climate accord, which comes just after the US said it filed paperwork to withdraw from the deal.
In Shanghai, the French president will attend an import expo with other EU leaders.