Police firing tear gas have evicted protesters who stormed and ransacked Hong Kong’s parliament.
Activists had occupied the Legislative Council (LegCo) building for hours after breaking away from a protest on the anniversary of Hong Kong’s transfer of sovereignty to China from Britain.
After midnight (16:00 GMT), hundreds of police secured the building following a warning to protesters to clear it.
It follows weeks of unrest in the city over a controversial extradition law.
Hundreds of thousands took part in the earlier protest – the latest rally against a proposed law that critics fear could be used to extradite political dissidents to mainland China.
Hong Kong’s embattled political leader Carrie Lam held a press conference at 04:00 (20:00 GMT) in which she condemned the “extreme use of violence” of those who broke into the legislature.