A pro-democracy protester (R) argues with an anti-Occupy Central protester (L) held by the police during a confrontation in Hong Kong October 13, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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An angry crowd tried to charge barricades used by pro-democracy protesters occupying part of downtown Hong Kong Monday hours after police cleared away some outer barriers as the standoff dragged into a third week.Some in the crowd tried to remove the metal barricades that protesters, most of them university students, have set up to block off main roads near the heart of the city's financial district.Police took away some masked men inside the protest zone who tried to pick fights with the protesters.Protester Alex Kwok said he received a scratch on his arm after he was attacked by several men whom he accused of being members of triads, or organized crime gangs. However, protesters suspected other motives.
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