香港被瘫痪

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    警察对理大,围而不攻,放音乐,十面埋伏,(不知是哪首)。楚汉相争,霸王末路,响起四面楚歌。

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    Hong Kong (CNN) Last week, thousands of student protesters streamed into Hong Kong Polytechnic University and occupied the campus as the city's violent political unrest reached fever pitch.

    Once inside, they soon faced an impossible choice: stay inside until supplies run out, or leave the university and risk getting tear gassed and arrested for rioting, a charge which can fetch a 10-year prison sentence.

    Police accused protesters of turning PolyU and other universities into "weapons factories" that "look like military training grounds" and surrounded the campus.

    Police have been on the edge of the campus for more than three days, firing round after round of tear gas at protesters who responded with makeshift petrol bombs, catapults and bows and arrows.


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    One of the main entrances to Hong Kong's Polytechnic University as seen Tuesday morning.

    Hundreds of protesters were trapped, but some slowly managed to get out. Authorities said they had processed 1,100 people -- 600 of whom left willingly. Protesters were arrested if they were older than 18 or registered and then released if they were minors, police said.

    As of Wednesday afternoon, a small number still remained, as parents, school staff and local politicians attempted to negotiate their surrender.

    A slow surrender has been ongoing since Tuesday, when the violence subsided, with the campus was in ruins.

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    Charred remains of the PolyU campus are seen near the Cross-Harbour Tunnel.

    Atop one of the campus' entrances, there was a noticeable stench of smoldering rubbish and petrol that burned the nose.

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    Piles of unused bottles of petrol bombs are seen near one of the entrances to the university.

    Thousands of unused petrol bombs littered the campus on the path to the canteen, which had become something of a main headquarters for the protesters.

    Only about 50 or so protesters were inside when CNN visited. Some slept while others looked aimlessly at their phones.

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    Graffiti is seen at the entrance of the canteen, which became something of a headquarters for protesters at PolyU.


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    A statue near the entrance to the canteen and gymnasium is seen decked out in attire typical of Hong Kong's protesters.

    An 18-year-old in a black ski mask sat beside the entrance. Only his eyes were visible on his face. His hands appeared to have fresh cuts on them.

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    The entrance to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, one of three tunnels connecting Hong Kong Island to Kowloon. The roadway is usually among the city's most packed.

    As of Tuesday, fewer people were on the streets outside and the number of protesters inside were dwindling.

    Protesters have been holed up at the PolyU campus since last week, after an escalation in the months-long unrest that saw multiple universities across the city fortified and turned into temporary protest camps. They had used the PolyU campus as a base from which they launched operations to block nearby roads and the Cross-Harbour Tunnel which connects Kowloon to Hong Kong Island.

    By Tuesday, police had surrounded the school, and there didn't appear to be a way out. A handful of desperate protesters took to shimmying down a rope from a bridge and getting away on motorcycles.

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    A view of the hose used by protesters to sneak out of PolyU. The normally bustling roads were abandoned Tuesday morning.
    The teen in the canteen said he had barely slept because of fears that police could storm the campus at any moment.

    "I'm definitely very tired," he said. "I'm trying my best to look for a way out. Even though I know that the chance of (finding) a safe way out exists less and less by the second."

    The teenager, like all those who spoke to CNN, declined to give his real name or have his photograph taken because he feared being identified and arrested by police.

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    Items from a nearby library were piled up and used as barriers.

    Across the hall from the canteen, protesters had turned the gymnasium into a dormitory, despite the fact that an alarm was going off. Several people were still sleeping there at about 11:30 in the morning when CNN visited, Tuesday.

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    Protesters sleep inside the gymnasium.

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    The nearly-empty gymnasium.

    Back outside, groups of roving protesters looked for exits near the Jockey Club Innovation Tower, an impressive piece of architecture designed by Zaha Hadid. Several tried to jump across a highway near the pool, which had been emptied and used for Molotov cocktail-throwing practice. Protesters have justified this type of violence as proportional and meant to keep police at bay, but authorities say their actions are dangerous and potentially deadly.

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    A pool that was emptied and used for petrol bomb practice by protesters is seen Tuesday.

    One of those looking out was a surgeon who identified himself as Dr. Chiu. Chiu had come as part of a group of first aid volunteers two days earlier, and said he treated some pretty serious wounds -- lacerations deep enough to see the muscles, broken ribs and a fractured arm among them.

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    Protester appear to search for a way to leave PolyU without being caught by police.

    The less-experienced volunteers working with him struggled to cope at times. "I saw a lot of other first-aiders and other students, kids -- they're all crying," Chiu said.

    He paused, took a deep breath and continued: He said had hoped that this generation of young people could have avoided this experience.

    "They shouldn't bear this kind of responsibility."

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    An area near the entrance of PolyU is seen Tuesday.

    But Chiu also said it was important to empathize with Hong Kong's police force, which has been criticized for alleged police brutality over the course of the city's almost six months of protests.

    "They have been working under a lot of pressure these months," Chiu said.

    Chiu then went off and looked for an exit. Trailing a few hundred meters behind were a group of three girls, including a 14-year-old who wouldn't give us her real name, but wanted to be called "Hannah."

    Hannah said she came to defend not just PolyU, but the city and its freedom. She said she feels it's important for young people to fight for their freedoms and a democratic system.

    "I know it's tough for everyone, and for us too. But faced with the authoritarian government, we can't be afraid. We have to go on," Hannah said.

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    A Starbucks on the PolyU campus was heavily vandalized, as were others near the school. The coffee chain is regularly targeted by protesters because the family that owns Maxim's, which owns the Starbucks franchise in Hong Kong, has criticized protesters and supported police.

    Hannah explained that the situation hasn't been easy.


    Like everyone else on campus during the protest occupation, sleep for Hannah has been hard to come by. She said Monday morning -- when police fired numerous rounds of tear gas in a bid to clear the campus -- was particularly tough, because they were not fully prepared for their encounter with police.

    Hannah said she's a been a regular at protests since they began happening frequently back in June.

    She usually is tasked with either neutralizing tear gas canisters fired by police or throwing them back at authorities.

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    Protesters are seen running through the center of the PolyU campus.

    "We have been here for over 48 hours now. It's very very tough for us, but we are worried that police might raid the campus. So we stay here and wait for rescue."

    Hannah said that her mother was among the group of parents who had gathered near the university for a sit-in, requesting that police let the student-protesters inside the university leave without fear of arrest or harm.

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    One of the streets near Hong Kong Polytechnic University is seen filled with detritus Tuesday.
     
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    CNN 怎么了? 美国怎么了? 这么多示威者被困,出去就逮捕,他们怎么不警告一下,呼吁警方立即放人!
     
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    听说被围困者的确向英美求救,美国的电话未接,英国倒是打通了,答复是:请遵守香港法律。
     
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    理工大学已解除封锁 香港周末或现新一轮抗议
    VOA, 2019年11月29日 18:13
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    香港/华盛顿 —
    香港警方对理工大学内示威者的围困11月29日进入第13日,警方在校园内清理危险物品及搜证两天后,中午过后将校园解封,校方重获管理权。包括校董会主席林大辉和校长滕锦光在内的管理层人员下午进入校园视察,检视校园受破坏情况。

    理工大学星期五说,由于目前校园情况仍存在不安全因素,而且清理、盘点及修复工作需时,故此校园仍需关闭,只限校方授权人士进入。

    校长滕锦光巡视后表示,过去两周校园被许多示威者占据,校方成功劝说1100人安全离开,其中300多人是中学生,46人是理大学生。他称,理大是这次政治事件中的最大受害者,对校园破坏非常大,但事件以人道方式和平解决,是不幸中的大幸。

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    香港理工大学的一名工作人员走过满是废墟的校园。(2019年11月29日)

    滕锦光表示,示威者从11月11日发动三罢堵路行动,以理大校园为据点,从11月13日起已有示威者占据理大范围,11月17和18日情况更转趋危急。

    此前,警方表示,已经完成理大的搜查,并将校内危险品移除及处理大学内的罪案现场,封锁线解除,校园已交回校方管理。警方称共检走3989枚汽油弹以及其他危险品。

    警方在搜查期间没有发现任何留守者,没有作出拘捕行动。

    11月17日和18日,防暴警和理工大学内的示威者展开了反修例5个多月来最激烈的警民冲突,仅11月18日一天,警方就发射了1400多枚催泪弹,示威者则用汽油瓶等回击。

    与此同时,有网民呼吁在周末举行新一轮示威抗议。,有网民在社交媒体上呼吁本星期天再次举行大规模示威抗议。在抗议者经常使用的网上讨论区“连登”(LIHKG),很多网友对区议会选举中民主派大胜及美国《香港人权与民主法案》签署成法倍感鼓舞。一名抗议者说,如果港府继续忽视民意,我们就将连续5、6天在举行抗议。

    还有网民在“连登”(LIHKG)上呼吁星期五晚上到英国驻香港总领事馆举行“我们都是郑文杰”的抗议,敦促英国政府承担责任。

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    香港示威者头戴曾被中国拘留的英国前驻港总领馆雇员郑文杰头像面罩在英国驻港总领馆前举行集会。(2019年11月29日)

    英国驻香港总领馆前雇员郑文杰星期四(11月28日)就中国官方电视台播放他被迫认罪的录像向英国通讯管理局(Ofcom)提出控告。

    郑文杰本月20日曾向英国广播公司等国际媒体透露了自己在中国大陆被秘密扣押15天,并遭受酷刑的经历。他说,中国警察在逼迫他提供有关香港抗议者信息的时候把他双手用铁链吊起,专门殴打骨骼,如脚踝等容易受伤的部位。

    美国总统特朗普在感恩节到来之际将两项有关香港的法案签署生效,令香港民众感到振奋和鼓舞。星期四,上万人在中环爱丁堡广场举行感恩节集会,感谢美国总统特朗普将香港人权与民主法案签署生效。

    此外,曾经发起百万人大游行的香港民主派组织“民间人权阵线”号召港人在12月8日再次集会抗议。民阵说,他们正在向警方申请不反对通知书。
     
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    港人举行感恩节集会 感谢美国香港人权法案成法
    VOA, 2019年11月29日 01:05
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    香港民众在中环爱丁堡广场感恩聚会,庆祝美国会香港人权法案成法。(2019年11月28日)

    香港/华盛顿 —
    大批香港市民11月28日星期四晚间在中环爱丁堡广场举行“《香港人权与民主法案》感恩节集会”,对美国表示感谢。很多市民在集会挥舞美国国旗,并不时欢呼鼓掌对美国总统特朗普签署这一法案表示感谢。

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    香港民众汇集在中环爱丁堡广场挥舞美国国旗举行感恩节集会。(2019年11月28日)

    一名25岁的年轻人对路透社说:“我就相信特朗普总统会签署这一法案,因为我们是为普世自由而战。全世界每个人都应该支持。我们要对世界上所有支持我们的人表示感谢,感谢他们支持香港这样一个小城市表示关心。”

    香港人权与民主法案感恩节集会完毕后, 人潮慢慢散去。突然有纠察队的人说,警察在集会场地的外面抓了年青人 。 现场消息说,有两名学生被警察截查引起市民不满要求放人,情况一度混乱。市民要求警察离去。

    现场人士说,有1人被带上警车,市民要求放人。 防暴警察登车离去。

    有市民一直跟着警车从中环雪厂街到干诺道中,有人在天桥上指骂在行人路上的警察,10多名防暴警察到天桥上驱赶。其后再有警察增援,到晚上约11点,防暴警察陆续离开,群众也陆续散去。

    与此同时,中国星期四就特朗普总统前一天签署《2019年香港人权与民主法案》作出强烈反应,要求美国不得将该法案付诸实施,并警告说这将对两国重要领域合作造成更大损害。

    针对该法案是否会影响美中贸易谈判的问题,中国外交部发言人耿爽称,“该来的早晚会来”。

    中国外交部副部长乐玉成星期四(11月28日)召见了美国驻华大使布兰斯塔德,就“香港人权与民主法案”签署成法提出强烈抗议。乐玉成说,中方强烈敦促美方纠正错误、改弦更张,不得将该法案付诸实施,“以免给中美关系和两国重要领域合作造成更大损害”。

    观察人士担心这一法案会影响到目前正在进行的美中经贸谈判。该法案得到两党议员广泛支持,在参议院获得无异议通过,在众议院只有一票反对。特朗普总统上星期五说,他要“好好看看”法案。

    中国外交部发言人耿爽在星期四的记者会上没有直接回答“香港人权与民主法案”是否会影响两国的贸易谈判。在不同记者的多次追问下,耿爽反复强调说“中方必将采取有力措施坚决反制”,“该来的早晚会来”。

    针对有记者问,中国是否是要观察美方如何实施该法案,然后再做决定,耿爽说:“这是你的解读。”

    特朗普总统星期三在白宫发表的声明中,表示他是“出于对中国习主席和香港人民的尊重签署了这些议案”。

    此外,特朗普总统还在另一份声明中指出:“法案某些条款将干涉总统申明美国外交政策的宪法权威。我的行政当局将在符合总统与外交关系有关的宪法权威的情况下对待法案的每一项条款。”

    中国商务部的国际贸易经济合作研究院研究员梅新育在接受彭博新闻采访时说,这为两国正在进行的经贸谈判带来了“一定的不确定性”。

    他说,两国的经贸谈判将肯定会提到香港问题,中国可能会要求美国澄清立场,甚至要美国承诺在实施该法案时保持克制。

    中国官媒《环球时报》总编辑胡锡进星期四在一篇英文推文中说,根据他的了解,中国正在考虑将香港人权法案的起草者列入一份禁止入境的黑名单,禁止这些议员进入中国、香港和澳门。

    香港政府星期四则对法案成为美国法律表示强烈反对,称该法案的部分条文涉及出口管制和香港执行联合国制裁措施,“根本与香港的人权和民主无关”。

    港府的发言人说,美国过去十年从香港赚取在美国的全球贸易伙伴中最高的双边贸易顺差,单是去年已超过330亿美元。该发言人警告说,美国改变对香港的经贸政策,将会对双方的关系及美国的利益产生负面影响。
     
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    香港警方:涉理大1377人被捕 318名未成年者登记
    时间: 2019-11-29 08:59|

    美国中文网综合报道 香港警方29日完成理大校园处理危险品及搜证,警察公共关系科总警司郭嘉铨当天下午表示,在理大检取3989枚汽油弹,连同早前在中文大学搜到4000枚,加上从其他院校搜出的汽油弹,共超过万枚,如果警察与手持上万枚汽油弹的暴徒硬碰,对社会的伤害难以想像。


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    警察公共关系科总警司郭嘉铨


    警方6月行动至今有483名警员受伤,以涉嫌非法集结、暴动、藏有攻击性武器等罪,拘捕5890人,年龄在11至83岁之间。理大事件中共拘捕1377人,当中由理大离开而被捕者有810人,其余是在理大外围及周边被捕,318名18岁以下人士接受登记。

    消防处28日及29日早共派出94人次入理工大学,评估校园内危险物品,发现存放多种危险品,包括汽油弹、卡式石油气罐、硫酸、压缩氧气、次氯酸纳溶液等,处方已围封涉及大量危险品的地方,交警方处理。

    有组织罪案及三合会调查科高级警司李桂华表示,警方在理大内发现多种材料,可想像到留守者想制作不同武器,示威者制造汽油弹有其完整生产线,由运送材料、制造再传到前线,整个工序令人“目不暇接”,“相信他们是准备同警方作战。”

    被问警方对被制服人士仍使用武力,警方指一般人与警方对于“完全制服”的理解不同,被捕人士会反抗,因此要上手铐和索带。另有指警方会用木弹对付示威者,警指木弹是以前所用的涵盖式防暴武力,利用痛楚作驱散,但10多年前已引入橡胶弹代替。

    有消息指本月18日,警方在油麻地驾驶3辆巴士高速撞示威者造成人踩人,警方澄清说法完全失实,当日凌晨数千暴徒在油麻地、佐敦堵路及投掷汽油弹,警方放催泪烟驱散,暴徒逃走,强调无人踩人。纪录显示,警方在豉油街驾驶巴士时间,与碧街有人受伤时间相差45分钟。

    警务处助理处长(行动)周一鸣指,警方周三(27日)晚于马鞍山拘捕7男1女,年龄在12至17岁之间,全部涉及刑事毁坏,其中两名12岁及13岁男童身上搜出尖刀及士巴拿等攻击性武器。他承认被捕者年纪愈来愈小,犯罪愈来愈严重,他们要负上的代价愈来愈大。

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