Protesters camping out below HSBC's Hong Kong headquarters
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'Occupy' Hong Kong protesters to be evicted from bank

A Hong Kong court has approved the eviction of the last few protesters of the anti-capitalist Occupy movement in the city's financial district.

The protesters have to leave the area near HSBC bank by 27 August, where they have been since October.

HSBC on 16 July had asked a court to evict the protesters, saying it intends to use the area for community events.

Juliana Liu reports.

  • 13 Aug 2012
  • From the section Asia