Hong Kong protesters change tactics

Protesters have adopted a hit-and-run strategy to create maximum disruption.

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    Police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas and charged with batons at protesters, in an attempt to break up demonstrations across the territory.

    Protesters used a flash mob strategy of appearing at large shopping streets and train stations on Sunday, only to disperse and then reappear at a different location.

    It is the 10th straight weekend of unrest in Hong Kong, as Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports.


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