Hong Kong police begin to clear protest site

Police have begun to clear the protest site in Hong Kong’s Admiralty government and financial district. After 10 weeks of demonstrations for free elections, many activists left with the message that they “will be back.”

In a final push to retake streets occupied by pro-democracy demonstrators for two and a half months, Hong Kong police began clearing barricades in the Admiralty government and financial district on Thursday.

Backed by an injunction issued on December 9, police gave a final warning to protesters as several remained in the area after the 9 a.m. local time (0100 GMT) deadline.
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