From the New York Intelligencer:

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest movement, now in its sixth month, has taken a violent turn in recent weeks as both the police and a minority of protesters have turned to more aggressive tactics in their ongoing standoff. In the past week, universities have become the main battleground, with student demonstrators occupying campuses and using gasoline bombs, slingshots, bows and arrows, and other makeshift weapons to hold off riot police wielding tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets, and water cannons firing caustic blue dye.

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