Hong Kong protesters, dubbed the 'umbrella revolution,' needed those umbrella during a lightening storm Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. The storm cracked lightning directly overhead Hong Kong's government complex, where these demonstrators had gathered. Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy
Hong Kong protesters, dubbed the 'umbrella revolution,' needed those umbrella during a lightening storm Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. The storm cracked lightning directly overhead Hong Kong's government complex, where these demonstrators had gathered. Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy McClatchy
Hong Kong protesters, dubbed the 'umbrella revolution,' needed those umbrella during a lightening storm Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. The storm cracked lightning directly overhead Hong Kong's government complex, where these demonstrators had gathered. Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy McClatchy

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