Policemen control the area on the edge of a pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong
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'Stalemate' marks one month of Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong's civil disobedience movement began exactly one month ago.

But more than four weeks after police fired canisters of tear gas at tens of thousands of demonstrators, giving unprecedented momentum to the civil disobedience campaign, a stalemate has taken hold.

Juliana Liu reports.

  • 28 Oct 2014
  • From the section Asia
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