Javelins, arrows used in police standoff in Hong Kong

ABC News’ Ian Pannell reports from Hong Kong, where students faced off with police in a dangerous confrontation that involved javelins, arrows and Molotov cocktails.
0:57 | 11/13/19

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New chaos erupting in Hong Kong students barricading facing off with police and a dangerous confrontation. For in panelists there on the scene the morning Ian. General Vanessa I think he's gone from bad to worse we're route one of the barricades at one of the main colleges is scenes of being repeated that hunkered down ready for a police assault and that arming themselves ready but it. Of the daisy that old black and full of Molotov cocktails and make gasoline bald dissing people. Pricing would voters and Harris reports even of javelin. This as we're hearing that mainland Chinese students at least some of them are evacuating Hong Kong and some colleges can think all lessons until next yet the Beijing officials here in Hong Kong a still saying that they want authorities to crack down even bother using all necessary means to restore ruled that. The more they use violence the more the protesters' Bruce home. And final debate and legislation today telling me that this isn't gonna land until that five key demands and met Robin on going all right Ian thank you.

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