Police fired tear gas and pepper spray during protest clashes in Mong Kok on Saturday, as demonstrators gathered for a monthly commemoration of the Prince Edward MTR station incident. An officer also pointed his pistol at protesters after he was attacked, as the force made 115 arrests. Studio Incendo photographers were on the frontline. Click here for the full story.
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