Protesters in Hong Kong march to the chief executive's residence, criticising his comments against giving the poor too much political influence.
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Newsnight's Laura Kuenssberg reports from the Oslo Freedom Forum, where pro-democracy activists discuss the Hong Kong protests over champagne and canapés.
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- HK: Students continue protest 02:00
- 'Exhausted, but no plans to leave'00:39
- HK protests 'humiliating' for China00:48
- Has HK protests endgame begun?01:53
- Defiant protesters weather the storm 00:54
- HK police vow to restore order 00:56
- Two districts, and a tale of two protests01:20
- Suspicion after 'triad' attacks02:02
- Chinese media censor HK news01:34
- HK campaigner: 'Talks meaningless'01:46
- Protesters outside HK CEO's office01:27
- CY Leung: I will not resign01:45
- Blue ribbon wearers 'want HK back'01:21
- Umbrella Tree sculpture unveiled00:32
- Why Hong Kong is not just about money02:36
- Protests outside HK leader's house02:04
- China's crackdown on corruption03:06
- Robot dragon versus giant spider01:22
- Running a marathon in a smog mask 01:14
- Why are protesters targeting Mong Kok?01:19
- Minor scuffles in HK night protests00:59
- HK 'ready for talks with protesters'02:08
- BBC taken on China 'corruption tour' 02:30
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