Hong Kong protests: Uproar POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS AT PROTESTERS FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE DAY

Uproar police and nonconformists conflict: Police and dissidents are going head to head in the Hong Kong locale of Sheung Wan. Police have been terminating nerve gas throughout recent hours to clear the groups – however the many dissidents left are as yet pushing back.

Summer of discontent: People have been challenging for three days straight – and past that, for as long as eight ends of the week. Mass shows, conflicts with police, and heightening viciousness have turned into the standard.

Developing requests: The challenges started against a now-suspended removal bill, however have since widened to incorporate calls for vote based system and police responsibility.