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two weeks of clashes between demonstrators and police the spotlight is shifted to the territories shot a week criminal network , he was seen at king plus engines one democratic lawmaker said they appeared to targets people wearing black shirts coming back from the days of anti government protests the scene quickly descended into chaos authorities say forty five people were injured in the attacks with one in critical condition one lawmaker said it took police moved in and I want to show up after them one man was seen taking on the metro and later on by men in white , on Monday police defended their actions and the lack of arrests also , Hong Kong's police chief said the force had waited for reinforcements , bowling protests and still taking place across Hong Kong what started as a movement against the now suspended extradition though is morphing into a list of demands with some cooling for full democracy and the Chinese world city we urge the government to stop leaving Hong Kong to the brink of destruction and work together with the people to bring our city brought to a half of a United democratic and free just , society , police say they made the largest seizure of its kind in the city when explosives and weapons were found in an industrial building on Friday it's still unclear if they were related to the weekend's protests , on Sunday thousands of descended on China's representative office in the city throwing eggs and spray painting graffiti on its walls they were finally driven away by police using tear gas and rubber bullets