Babita Sharma reports
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Protesters outside office of Hong Kong chief executive

Protesters blockading key parts of Hong Kong have accepted talks with the government, hours after Chief Executive CY Leung rejected calls to step down.

Mr Leung offered the talks late on Thursday, responding to a deadline.

Protesters have been occupying parts of the city for several days, angry at China's plan to vet candidates for elections in 2017.

Babita Sharma reports from a rally outside Hong Kong's government offices.

  • 03 Oct 2014
  • From the section Asia
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