Wang Dan was one of the most visible faces of China's 1989 pro-democracy movement, which ended in a bloody crackdown. What does he make of the worsening political unrest in Hong Kong? (Photo: Pro-democracy leaders speak in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989 - from left to right Chai Ling, Wuer Kaixi, and Wang Dan. Credit: Peter Turnley/Corbis/Getty Images)
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Activist Joshua Wong explains why protesters needed to enter Hong Kong's Legislative Council.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam condemns what she calls the “extreme use of violence and vandalism” by protesters.
A day that started with champagne led to clashes between police and protesters – and ended with tear gas.
BBC journalist Danny Vincent reports from inside parliament after protesters broke into the Legislative Council.