Hong Kong police arrested pro-democracy activists and cleared most of the main protest site on Thursday, marking an end to more than two months of street demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city, but many chanted: "We will be back".
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists on Sunday suspended a planned vote on the next steps in their month-long protest - hours before it was due to begin - due to differing opinions on how the movement should proceed, organisers said.
Pro-democracy activists Sunday accused police of using excessive force against protesters after violent clashes in Hong Kong, as a senior politician said weeks of rallies have reached a "critical moment".
Thousands of pro-democracy activists clad in black marched silently through Hong Kong on Sunday, holding banners saying they felt betrayed and angry at Beijing`s refusal to allow fully-democratic elections for the city`s next chief executive in 2017.
About two dozen pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong on Sunday protested against mainland China`s recent crackdown on dissidents, an apparent attempt to stifle opposition ahead of 60th anniversary of communist rule on October 01.