Policemen check on a protester who fainted, after he was arrested when refusing to leave a main street, while bailiffs clear it under a court injunction, at Mongkok shopping district in Hong Kong, November 25, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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Hong Kong police arrested at least 10 people Tuesday as scuffles broke out when demonstrators tried to block authorities from clearing part of a pro-democracy protest site after nearly two months of rallies.The arrests came as police tried to disperse a crowd of around 100 protesters who had refused to leave as workers tore down barricades across the street in the district of Mongkok, where tensions have been running high.Police, backed up by a wave of reinforcements, have now formed a human chain to hold back protesters from interrupting traffic, said an AFP reporter on the scene.Demonstrators clashed with police in Mongkok last month after they tried to reclaim part of a protest camp which had been cleared out by authorities.
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