More protests in Hong Kong

Anti-government protesters have filled the streets of a Hong Kong commercial district for another weekend rally. The protests have continued for more than two months.

Activists have called for a complete withdrawal of a bill that would allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China for trial. They are also protesting against excessive use of force by police.

A 24-year-old protester on Saturday said the government has not acted on any of their demands. He said the protests will continue until the government responds.

Protesters smashed surveillance cameras installed on the streets, saying that the cameras violate citizens' privacy.

They also threw objects at police near a police station. The police moved to disperse the protesters by firing tear gas.

On social networking sites, activists called for blocking the streets to the international airport in an attempt to disrupt operations as they did last week. However, there are no reports of confusion as the authorities issued a stern warning.

The protesters are calling for more demonstrations on Sunday.