(BBC) – A group of hardcore protesters threw petrol bombs at a police station as violence flared in Hong Kong during a banned march that drew tens of thousands.
Authorities refused permission for a march through an upmarket shopping area, citing public order concerns.
But large numbers defied authorities, with a small group of black-clad protesters attacking a police station.
Hong Kong has been convulsed by pro-democracy protests for four months.
The unrest in the territory, which is part of China but enjoys unique freedoms, has been the worst crisis since the British handover in 1997.