Massive protests broke out in Hong Kong on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
Here's what you need to know:
- Man shot by police: Police have confirmed that an officer shot and injured an 18-year-old man. This is the first time lethal force has been used in nearly four months of unrest. The decision to shoot a live round was "legal and reasonable," the police commissioner said. He confirmed that the victim is still recovering in the hospital.
- More than 180 people were arrested: Hong Kong police arrested more than 180 people in protests across Hong Kong on Tuesday, police said. The police commissioner called the day's rallies the “most violent scenes” he has seen in the city. At least 25 officers were injured in the protests, he said.
- Meanwhile, in Beijing: Today was filled with elaborate celebrations in the Chinese capital to mark the anniversary. The day began with a speech in the morning by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Then came a military and mass parade, which unveiled new weaponry and showed off China's military might. The celebration ended with a fireworks display paired with musical and cultural performances.