Hong Kong — Hong Kong police and protesters clashed in cat-and-mouse encounters across the city on Sunday, marking a shift in tactics during a 10th straight weekend of unrest in the former British colony where people are chafing at Chinese rule.

Seeking to clear streets quicker than before, police fired tear gas and charged with batons at flashpoints in the city centre and in working-class districts.

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