Hong Kong sees renewed clashes at besieged university campus

Police fired tear gas Sunday at protesters holding out at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as overnight clashes resumed in the morning.

A large group of people arrived to try to clean up a debris-strewn roadway near the campus but were warned away by protesters.

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