Demonstrators are saying putting people in prison won’t resolve anything.
Activists plan to gather at Chater Garden in Admiralty district near government headquarters.
Transport unions have led the protests, joined by indigenous groups, students and other unions.
Demo against legal reforms causes traffic gridlock and chaotic scenes in Jakarta.
Residents of the former British colony awoke to roads, shop fronts and buildings across the financial centre daubed in graffiti.
Protesters have dubbed China’s National Day celebrations as 'Day of Grief'.
Demonstrators chanted anti-government slogans in a New Territories shopping mall as pro-China demonstrators sang the Chinese national anthem.
It has been authorised by the Moscow mayor's office, meaning mass detentions by police are less likely to happen.
Thousands, young and old, gathered peacefully on Saturday before violence broke.
Hundreds join the protest but crowds are smaller than thousands who took the streets nationwide previous day.
The event in Texas is not the first time Narendra Modi has addressed a large crowd in the US.
Protesters are also calling for the release of activists detained over earlier rallies.
More violence is expected in Hong Kong today, as protestors rally against an extradition bill.
Police say stern action will be taken against those who disobey their orders.
Acting Brickfields police chief Arifai Tarawe says the notice sent by the organisers was incomplete and did not fulfil requirements under the Peaceful Assembly Act.
They say the organiser had failed to obtain permission from the Kuantan Municipal Council to use the venue for the rally.
The teachers' rally has the approval of the police and went on peacefully.
She says the Cabinet decision to renew the rare earths plant's licence must be respected.
Thousands of protesters descended on China's representative office in Hong Kong.
The rally comes a day ahead of yet another mass protest planned against the government.
Supporters of US President Donald Trump started the chant during his speech, but he has distanced himself, saying he 'felt badly about it'.
Hong Kong’s handover anniversary has seen protesters come out in droves to sound their discontent over the extradition bill.
The activists have seized on the G20 summit of world leaders in Japan this week to appeal for the former British colony's plight to be put on the agenda.
Many youths could be seen dozing after a long night camped out as commuters made their way to work.