Thursday, October 23, 2014   

June 4 vigil begins
(06-04 20:17)

Candles commemorating those killed in the June 4 incident are held aloft by tens of thousands of people in Victoria Park as the vigil gets under way.
Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun and John Shum Kin-fun are also at the scene.
Meanwhile, independent lawmaker Wong Yuk-man says more than 2,000 people are at his rival rally in Tsim Sha Tsui, which has yet to start.   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
Eleven arrested in connection with protests (3 mins ago)
Some makeshift barriers removed in Mongkok (4 mins ago)
Protests risk turning into civil disorder: Court (10-23 15:32)
Giant pro-democracy banner hung on Lion Rock (10-23 15:31)
LegCo meeting adjourned due to lack of quorum (10-23 15:30)
Civil servants show support for democracy protests (10-23 12:39)
'I am not supporting demonstrators': Kenny G (10-23 11:50)
CY slammed over 'poor people' comments (10-23 11:32)
Students may not agree to further talks with govt (10-22 19:00)
Customs seize HK$10 million illicit cigarettes (10-22 18:02)

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