(28 Nov 2019) Police teams on Thursday began clearing a Hong Kong university that was a flashpoint for clashes with anti-government demonstrators.
The move into the Polytechnic University came after its administration said they believed no one else remained inside after a two-day search ended Wednesday.
Faculty teams found only a young woman in weak condition and a stockpile of dangerous items including petrol bombs and corrosive liquid.
The Polytechnic University has been ringed by police for 11 days as protesters retreated into the campus after blocking a major tunnel and set toll booths on fire during clashes with police.
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