Hong Kong protests: Opinion split on the violence

July 1 was the climax of months of protests. No more have been planned but protesters say they are not over, either.

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    Investigations into Monday’s protests in Hong Kong continue with police promising to prosecute those involved in vandalising the Legislative Council.

    Public opinion is split, with some defending the protesters. Others think they went too far.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Hong Kong.


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