Police used pepper spray and batons against protesters on Monday, as clashes broke out at dawn ahead of Hong Kong’s Establishment Day flag-raising ceremony. HKFP’s photographers were on the frontline. Click here for the full story.

Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Todd R. Darling/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
A young man in blue is accused of taking photos suspiciously at the protest site. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Monday, July 1. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Protester Grandma Wong. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
Photo: May James/HKFP.
July 1, 2019. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
July 1, 2019. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
July 1, 2019. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.
July 1, 2019. Photo: Isaac Yee/HKFP.

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