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Hong Kong declares 336 captures during Christmas fights




Hong Kong police captured 336 individuals during the Christmas occasion as the city's dissent development keeps on stewing, an authority said Friday. 

Boss police representative Kwok Ka-chuen told journalists that those kept among Monday and Thursday included 92 ladies and minors as youthful as 12. 

The captures bring the quantity of individuals confined through the span of the fights to almost 7,000, with an enormous extent of understudy age. 

Nonconformists, some wearing Santa Claus caps, combat police over the occasion as the over half year long shows look set to proceed into the new year. 

Kwok denounced what he called assaults on conventional residents at strip malls and cafés and vandalism of open framework including tram stations, banks and the electrical matrix. 

"Their plan is to quiet the individuals who hold contradicting sees and to threaten people in general. Whoever can't help contradicting their savagery will be met with viciousness," Kwok told columnists. 

Dark clad dissenters crushed shop windows in shopping territories, while police reacted with poisonous gas and captures. 

The fights requesting more prominent just rights give no indication of disseminating following a staggering triumph by defiant up-and-comers in decisions for region agents prior this month. 

The Christmas disturbances likewise raise worries for the New Year occasions to pursue and the more Lunar New Year get-away in late January, a period that has prompted savagery and distress in Hong Kong previously.

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