Thursday, October 2, 2014

Hong Kong Protesters Threaten to Seize Buildings

VOAVideo: Hong Kong Protesters Threaten to Seize Buildings

The crowds of pro-democracy supporters occupying downtown Hong Kong thinned out significantly during the day on Thursday. As activists try to maintain pressure on the government to give in to their demands, the question becomes whether large numbers of people continue to participate or will public support dwindle over time. VOA's Brian Padden reports.
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