Hong Kong commuters return to work as pro-democracy protestors refuse remain on streets
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Hong Kong protestors: 'Exhausted, but no plans to leave'

Hundreds of pro-democracy demonstrators remain on the streets of Hong Kong, ahead of this Monday's deadline set by the government for them to withdraw.

So far the authorities have made no attempt to remove them by force. But many believe the police will try to remove them in the coming hours.

The protesters are angry at China's plans to vet candidates when Hong Kong holds elections for its next Chief Executive in 2017.

Babita Sharma reports.

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  • 06 Oct 2014
  • From the section Asia
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