Transcript for Demonstrators, riot police clash for 11th straight weekend in Hong Kong
Breaking news in Hong Kong, where major protests are under way this morning. Despite the heavy rain, demonstrators clashing with riot police for an 11th straight weekend. ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is on the ground there with the very latest. Good morning, Ian. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. Incredible scenes today with hundreds of thousands of protesters flooding onto the streets of Hong Kong defying police orders not to March and the weather. They have been streaming past this point for five hours. Five key demands revolving more freedom and democracy. The organizers called for a nonviolent protest today. Although there are reports of riot police just down the road. If I can point out the building on the other side, that's actually the headquarters of the Chinese people's liberation army in Hong Kong, beijing releasing a propaganda video of doing military-style drills just across the border. But with a warning, if it can't get a grip it will, quote, I twill have enough solutions and enough power to put this an end. China knows the world is watching what's happening. If its forces cross over the border it will be pretty disastrous. Whit? No clear end in sight. Ian for us in Hong Kong once again, thank you.
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