A recap of day 19 in Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution.
Anti-Occupy protesters attempt to block the distribution of Apple Daily newspapers.
Some 200 protesters in Mongkok protest overnight at Nathan Rd and Argyle St.
Police in Admiralty clash with protesters and several arrests were made.
Police repeat calls for protesters to leave as the Legislative Council investigates about the use of tear gas and the arrest of Ken Tsang yesterday
The police operation has been criticised as being ineffective by some lawmakers.
Tourism bookings in Hong Kong have fallen throughout the past month.
There have been calls within the Legislative Council for the government and pro-Beijing lawmakers to change their attitudes and approach.
Pro-government lawmaker Leung Che-cheung suggests in a Legco debate that an umbrella is a more "aggressive" weapon than "useless" tear gas and pepper spray.
Leung Chun-ying announce potential talks with the Federation of Students next week.
Carrie Lam has criticised the student movement for attempting a sit-in last week.
Leung Chun-ying again rejected students' demands for public nomination of chief executive candidates.
7 police officers involved with the assault and arrest of Ken Tsang have been suspended 24 hours after the incident was broadcast on television,
A fire emergency in Yee Wo Street in Causeway Bay forces protesters to clear parts of the street to enable fire crews to put out the blaze.
Police intervene as anti-Occupy protesters shout at Occupy protesters in Mongkok.
Legco security panel chairman Ip Kwok-him says the committee will hold a special meeting on October 27 to discuss how police handled the protests, and Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang Wai-hung will be invited.
There have been no new road re-openings today with a few bus routes diverted.
A High Court judge has advised Civic Party member Ken Tsang Kin-chiu to write to Police Commissioner about a request to disclose the identities of the officers who allegedly beat him.
Occupy Central has released a statement urging a quick investigation into the alleged police abuses of power and also called on protests to regather only at Umbrella Square in Harcourt Road in Admiralty.
Police push protests back using pepper spray. Source: @ARaquelCarvalho/Twitter