Pro-democracy protesters set up barriers on the main road outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong Sunday, Nov.30, 2014. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
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Hundreds of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters faced off against police in a fresh escalation of tensions on Sunday night, with officers firing pepper spray at angry students trying to surround the government headquarters.Protesters have been staging mass sit-ins in Hong Kong for more than two months, demanding free leadership elections for the semi-autonomous Chinese city.One protester was seen being led away by police with a bloodied face, while others threw bottles and helmets at officers.The panel is looking into Britain's relations with the Chinese special administrative region 30 years on from the 1984 Joint Declaration, which set out the terms of the 1997 handover of Hong Kong.
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