Hundreds of students continue to camp and "occupy" a major thoroughfare in Admiralty, near Hong Kong's government offices on Oct. 16, 2014. It is one of three protest sites that have disrupted the city since Sept. 28, when police used pepper spray and tear gas on a relatively small number of student protesters.
Hundreds of students continue to camp and "occupy" a major thoroughfare in Admiralty, near Hong Kong's government offices on Oct. 16, 2014. It is one of three protest sites that have disrupted the city since Sept. 28, when police used pepper spray and tear gas on a relatively small number of student protesters. McClatchy
Hundreds of students continue to camp and "occupy" a major thoroughfare in Admiralty, near Hong Kong's government offices on Oct. 16, 2014. It is one of three protest sites that have disrupted the city since Sept. 28, when police used pepper spray and tear gas on a relatively small number of student protesters. McClatchy

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