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Protests may become riots: Police

Police fear radical demonstrators are causing the Mong Kok protest to spin out of control and could cause a riot, Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Steve Hui says, urging people to avoid protest areas.

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Adverse possession law reforms proposed

The Law Reform Commission has released a report containing final recommendations for reforming the adverse possession law.

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Do not bring children to protests

The Police strongly condemns adults who bring children to the unlawful assembly in Mong Kok, calling it an act that is extremely irresponsible and dangerous.    

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Batons used for defense

Police officers use batons for defense and to maintain a safe distance from protesters, and they have clear instructions on the use of force including batons.

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Police highly tolerant, patient: CE

The Government and the Police have exercised extreme tolerance and patience in handling the protests in the past three weeks, Chief Executive CY Leung says, adding that they will continue to do so.

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Protesters’ violence deplored

Police strongly condemn protesters gathering at Nathan Road near Argyle Street in Mong Kok for suddenly attempting to charge Police, as this seriously undermined public order and endangered the safety of themselves and others.

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ExCo condemns Mong Kok violence

Non-official ExCo members strongly condemn troublemakers and organisations who initiated violent acts in Mong Kok.

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Police denounce protesters’ violence

Police strongly condemn some radical protesters for blocking traffic in Mong Kok and intentionally charging police cordon lines violently, putting public safety and order at risk.

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Troublemakers intentionally charged Police

Protesters in Mong Kok broke the law and breached public order, Secretary for Security TK Lai says, adding some troublemakers from radical organisations led protesters to charge the Police, and have been organising, coordinating and commanding actions against the Police.

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Mong Kok protesters' illegal acts decried

Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang strongly condemns protesters in Mong Kok, for unlawful assembly, charging police cordons, and illegally occupying major thoroughfares.

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Police condemn Mong Kok protest

Police have strongly condemned protesters illegally occupying a section of southbound lanes of Nathan Road in Mong Kok.

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No tolerance for road blockages

Police officers have removed illegal obstacles in Mong Kok and will not tolerate further blockage of reopened roads.

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Surveillance judge appointed

The Chief Executive has appointed Justice Mohan Tarachand Bharwaney to succeed the retiring Justice Azizul Rahman Suffiad as a panel judge under the Interception of Communications & Surveillance Ordinance for a term of three years from October 25.

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Mong Kok streets reopen

Police have reopened roads in Mong Kok after removing illegal barriers blocking traffic lanes, and set up a designated public activity area on Nathan Road for protesters to continue expressing their views.

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Child protection scheme expanded

The Child Abduction & Custody (Parties to Convention) (Amendment) Order 2014 has been gazetted, to implement the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction between Hong Kong and five countries.

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Police call for restraint

Police appeal to protesters on Lung Wo Road to exercise restraint and not commit acts endangering people's safety, and warns that enforcement action will be taken against illegal behaviour.

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7 Police officers suspended

Seven police officers are suspended for their alleged involvement in the assault of a protester on Wednesday.

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EU delegation visits Immigration Dept

A six-member delegation from the European Union visited the Immigration Department from October 13 to 16.

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2 arrested for drug trafficking

Customs officers have arrested two women aged 21 and 37 at Shenzhen Bay Control Point for drug trafficking.

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Police professional, restrained: CE

Police are acting in a professional and restrained manner in handling Occupy Central protests, despite the huge pressure on their stamina and resolve, Chief Executive CY Leung says.

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