November 8, 2016 14:39 IST

Anti-China march in Hong Kong

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Police stop demonstrators as they protest against what they call Beijing's interference over local politics and the rule of law, a day before China's parliament is expected to announce their interpretation of the Basic Law in light of two pro-independence lawmakers' oath-taking controversy in Hong Kong. Credit: Reuters
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Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong shouts during a protest against what they call Beijing's interference over local politics and the rule of law a day before China's parliament is expected to announce their interpretation of the Basic Law in light of two pro independence lawmakers' oath-taking controversy in Hong Kong. Credit: Reuters
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Demonstrators clash with police during a protest against what they call Beijing's interference over local politics and the rule of law, a day before China's parliament is expected to announce their interpretation of the Basic Law in light of two pro-independence lawmakers' oath-taking controversy in Hong Kong. Credit: Reuters
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A protester wears Guy Fawkes mask during a confrontation with the police outside China Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Credit: Reuters
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Riot police stand on a tram track during a standoff with protesters outside China Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Credit: Reuters