Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests turned violent after protesters were chased into a shopping centre by the police in Sha Tin on Sunday.
Protesters clashed with the police, throwing umbrellas and other objects at them. The officers had to at one point escort customers outside the mall.
The government has suspended the legislative process of the bill and Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam publicly apologised for the extradition controversy.
Those opposing the bill are nevertheless asking for its complete withdrawal, as well as the unconditional release of all arrested protesters, the formation of an independent commission of inquiry into police behaviour, and universal suffrage.