The protests had paralysed parts of central Hong Kong
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HK protests: Students 'determined' to keep protesting

Civil servants in Hong Kong have returned to work at the government's headquarters as pro-democracy protests, which have paralysed the area for more than a week, subside.

The number of demonstrators remaining on the streets has fallen to several hundred.

Chinese University Student Union represent 6000 students who say they started the demonstrations in September.

Their leader Tommy Cheung told the BBC they were keeping in communication with other groups such as Occupy Central and said: "if we have the same goals of the campaign, then we have to combine demonstrations on the street."

  • 06 Oct 2014
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