FILE PHOTOS: Anti-government protesters hold Union Jack flags as they protest at the UK Consulate in Hong Kong, China, October 23, 201
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Medicine Planned by Hong Kong Workers to gather in the heart of the city's financial center on Saturday, angry over perceived police brutality during more than four months of sometimes violent anti-government protests.
Democratic activists attacked police with gasoline bombs, rocks and lasers that sparkled in the eyes. An officer was cut in the neck with a knife.
Police responded with tear gas, a water cannon, rubber bullets and accidental live shots, injuring several protesters, many of whom received treatment from volunteer medical workers on the road.
Protesters are angry at what they consider creeping Chinese intervention in Hong Kong, which Britain returned to China in 1997 under the "one country, two systems" formula designed to guarantee freedoms not enjoyed by the mainland. .
China denies interfering. He accused foreign governments, including the United States and Britain, of stirring up unrest.
The protest against Saturday's tyranny is scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm. (1100 GMT).
Written by Nick McPhee; Editing by Lincoln Feast