2019 Hong Kong protests
Despite an official ban, thousands of people march from Causeway Bay to the center of town. Police use tear gas to disperse the protestors.
Violent protests occur in Kyrgyzstan in response to the results of yesterday's parliamentary election. Kyrgyz police use tear gas and water cannons to disperse protesters.
Over a thousand protestors march in the financial district of Hong Kong to show solidarity with Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang. A dozen police officers clash with the crowd to disperse them.
Clashes erupt on the campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Police use tear gas and water cannons. Protesters fire bows and arrows and petrol bombs, and set fires.
Chief Superintendent of Police of Hong Kong Tse Chun-chung says protesters' acts are "another step closer to terrorism".
As the situation worsens with clashes in the central financial district, police say violence is bringing the city to the "brink of total breakdown". Large-scale protests continue near the City University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and other districts including Central and Tai Po.
Turkish police fire tear gas at hundreds of protestors in Istanbul and Ankara as protestors mark the anniversary of the start of the ongoing protests.
Six police officers are found guilty of crimes against the security of the state as a result of last September's attempted coup against President of Ecuador Rafael Correa who was tear gassed and imprisoned in a hospital.
Police fire tear gas on Greek people protesting against cuts being implemented by their government in co-operation with the European Union and International Monetary Fund.
Tear gas is fired by police to disperse the opposition protesters.
Hundreds of people supporting Lech Kaczyński are sprayed with lachrymator by police outside Warsaw's Presidential Palace.