Anti-government protesters stormed the Legislative Council Complex on Monday evening after breaking glass doors and prying open metal shutters. They vandalised its interior, spray-painting graffiti on the walls and unfurling a British colonial flag in the main chamber. Demonstrators vacated as police deployed tear gas outside the building. Click here for the full story.

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Photo: Todd R. Darling.
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Photo: Todd R. Darling.
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