Protests in Hong Kong turned violent on Saturday, August 31, with police firing tear gas and protesters tossing petrol bombs, local media reported.
Thousands of protesters had earlier defied a police ban to march through the streets.
These videos shows tear gas being fired towards protesters as well as water cannon loaded with a blue dye. Protesters also lobbed petrol bombs near lines of riot police.
The South China Morning Post reported the blue dye would make it easier for police to identify protesters involved in the disturbances.
Protests in Hong Kong are entering their 13th week. Demonstrations were initially prompted by a proposed extradition bill that would allow suspects to be transferred to mainland China. Credit: Antony Dapiran via Storyful