Handful of Hong Kong protesters surrender as university siege staggers on
Friday, 22 November 2019 () At least eight protesters who had been holding out at a trashed Hong Kong university surrendered to police in the early hours of Friday, while others desperately searched for escape routes as riot officers surrounded the campus. The siege at the Polytechnic University on the Kowloon peninsula appeared to be nearing an end with the number of protesters dwindling to less than 100, days after some of the worst violence since anti-government demonstrations escalated in June.
After six months of unrest, anti-Beijing protesters are increasingly unwilling to compromise. With fierce and sometimes violent debate redefining the region, where will the movement end up? Jiayang Fan..
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