HK police storm mall as protest turns violent

first_imgHundreds of protesters, young and old,gathered in the mall in the New Territories town of Sha Tin, chanting: “Fightfor freedom” and “Liberate Hong Kong.” Anti-government protesters hold a rally in a shopping mall in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, China Sept. 22, 2019. REUTERS HONG KONG – Hong Kong police stormed ashopping mall where a pro-democracy protest turned violent on Sunday, andactivists trashed fittings at the rail station next door.center_img Protesters also called for a boycott ofbusinesses in the Chinese-ruled city seen as pro-Beijing and made a paper chainof receipts from those stores, which were then hung across the mall. (Reuters)last_img