Hundreds gather at Admiralty, the main Hong Kong protest site, to hear students and government officials hold their first debate since mass demonstrations started more than three weeks ago. The debate was televised live on big screens that pro-democracy activists set up on the site, on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.
Hundreds gather at Admiralty, the main Hong Kong protest site, to hear students and government officials hold their first debate since mass demonstrations started more than three weeks ago. The debate was televised live on big screens that pro-democracy activists set up on the site, on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. McClatchy
Hundreds gather at Admiralty, the main Hong Kong protest site, to hear students and government officials hold their first debate since mass demonstrations started more than three weeks ago. The debate was televised live on big screens that pro-democracy activists set up on the site, on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. McClatchy

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