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Hong Kong’s metro stations and roads re-opened on Monday after a chaotic weekend that saw police fire water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters who set fires and threw petrol bombs outside government offices and across central districts.

Residents of the former British colony awoke to roads, shop fronts and buildings daubed in graffiti, windows in government buildings smashed and parts of pavements uprooted by protesters.

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