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more protests in Hong Kong Sunday as authorities stepped up security around the city , these grounds angry over what many see as an increased cycle of violence against them , in the U. Wendell floor he said they'd arrested eleven people on various charges including assault possession of offensive weapons and unlawful assembly so we are rescue protests over the past two months the gates to proposed extradition bill have grown increasingly violent last Sunday anti government protesters took police by surprise and sweeps on the Chinese liaison office the leading symbol of Beijing's authority over the former British colony , this time police would better prepared guarding the heavily fortified building and firing tear gas at protesters , what began as a movement to oppose an extradition little has taken on board a demonstrably pleading the resignation of Hong Kong's Beijing back nida Carrie lam pulls the full democracy and an independent inquiry into what some say is being excessive police force against protesters