Thursday, 19 September 2019

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reforms, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters rallied peacefully in Hong Kong on Sunday, filling major thoroughfares under torrential downpours in the eleventh week of what have been often violent demonstrations in the Asian financial hub. REUTERS/Aly Song

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reforms, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. Sunday's turnout showed that the movement still has broad-based support despite the ugly scenes witnessed in recent days when protesters occupied the Chinese-ruled city's airport, a move for which some activists apologised. REUTERS/Aly Song

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reforms, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. It was the calmest weekend protest since the latest demonstrations against perceived creeping Beijing influence in the former British colony began. REUTERS/Aly Song

An anti-extradition bill protester takes part in the march to demand democracy and political reforms in Hong Kong, China, August 18, 2019. "They've been telling everyone we're rioters. The march today is to show everyone we are not," said a 23-year-old named Chris, who works in marketing and was dressed all in black, including a scarf covering his face and baseball cap. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reform, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. One protester shouted at others who were jeering at police, "Today is a peaceful march! Don't fall into the trap! The world is watching us," prompting the group to move on. REUTERS /Ann Wang

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reforms, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters rallied peacefully in Hong Kong on Sunday, filling major thoroughfares under torrential downpours in the eleventh week of what have been often violent demonstrations in the Asian financial hub. REUTERS/Aly Song