Police forces remove pro-democracy barricades in the Causeway Bay district of Hong Kong at dawn on October 14, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Philippe Lopez
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Hong Kong police cleared more barricades Tuesday from pro-democracy protest zones that have choked off traffic in key business districts for more than two weeks, signaling authorities' growing impatience with the student-led activists.Appearing to use a strategy of gradually chipping away at the three main protest zones, hundreds of police used electric saws and bolt cutters to take down barriers made of bamboo and other materials that the protesters had erected overnight in the Admiralty area after a few dozen masked men stormed some of the barricades the day before.A few dozen protesters who sat guarding one entrance to the main occupied zone after the police came were exhausted but defiant.
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