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HKFP Lens: Cleaners and officers clear graffiti, barricades and eggshells from police HQ after angry protest

Anti-extradition bill protesters surrounded Hong Kong’s police headquarters on Friday following day-long occupations of streets and government buildings in Admiralty and Wanchai. On Saturday, police and sanitation workers cleaned up graffiti, barricades and washed the outer walls of the building, after it was pelted with hundreds of eggs.

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police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

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police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

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police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.

police wan chai clean june 22 extradition dan garrett

Photo: Dan Garrett.


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HKFP Lens: Cleaners and officers clear graffiti, barricades and eggshells from police HQ after angry protest