Scuffles as Hong Kong locks down Tiananmen vigil park

With a security blanket deployed to prevent people gathering to light candles for the pro-democracy demonstrators killed by Chinese troops in Beijing 32 years ago, some marked the anniversary in churches or at home due to fears of being arrested.

In the working class district of Mong Kok, minor scuffles broke out as tensions flared, while police arrested one person for alleged misconduct in a public place. Others assembled near the cordoned-off Victoria Park, holding up lights.

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