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The Democratic Party experienced its own backlash against the cultural revolution in the 1970s.S. harms their own interests" There can be no distinction he added "between good and bad terrorists There can be no such thing This is a snake that will bite you" Read More: Afghanistans Front Line Which is why Trumps words on Monday night that the US would seek to change "the approach in how to deal with Pakistan" would have played well in Kabul "The Pakistani people have suffered greatly from terrorism and extremism We recognize those contributions and those sacrifices" Trump said "But Pakistan has also sheltered the same organizations that try every single day to kill our people We have been paying Pakistan billions and billions of dollars at the same time they are housing the very terrorists that we are fighting" Yet again it is not clear what exactly Trump will do Past US Presidents have also called on Pakistan to crack down on terrorist groups even as the problem has worsened In recent years Pakistan has also deepened its relationship with China which has pledged to invest tens of billions of dollars in the country How will Trump deal with that dynamic and how will his approach differ from his predecessors Both questions remain unanswered after Mondays address One thing is clear: Nearly 16 years after the US-led invasion of the country during which time more 2200 US troops have lost their lives fighting in Afghanistan there is still no end in sight for what has become Americas longest war Contact us at [email protected]: Oct 13 4:19 am ET Police removed some barricades from protest sites around central Hong Kong early Monday morning while many students still lay sleeping in tents with skirmishes between pro- and antidemonstration groups erupting later in the afternoon Officers swooped in at 5:30 am ostensibly to allow traffic to resume flowing around this freewheeling financial hub large swaths of which have been paralyzed since Sept 28 by a student-led civil-disobedience movement now dubbed Occupy Hong Kong Tense standoffs took place in several locations early Monday with escalating skirmishes breaking out in the afternoon between demonstrators and those opposed to the continued disruption Standoff outside Bank of China building police have formed a ring around anti-occupy taxi drivers #OccupyHK pictwittercom/zyAaBTVzTL Rishi Iyengar (@Iyengarish) October 13 2014 Protesters manning a barricade on Queensway Road were reportedly attacked by about 30 masked men with tattoos and dyed hair who strutted out of the local subway station brandishing knives and pliers Two trucks then attempted to remove barricades with an attached crane prompting pro-democracy protesters to rush in to block it Furious democracy activists demanded to know why the police did not defend them from the mob but were simply ushered away Pro-democracy protester Gary Yeung 25 a businessman suffered a cut to his hand in the melee "[Anti-Occupy demonstrators] approached us and they started cutting at the roadblock; they said ‘We come in peace’ but at the same time they were literally pushing people over" he tells TIME “I nearly got stabbed because they were cutting through the barricade and I got cut on the finger While this was happening police were standing by despite peoples calls for help” Protest leaders have repeatedly alleged that shadowy underworld groups like Hong Kong’s notorious triad gangs have been used to break up the otherwise peaceful demonstrations Chants of “explanation” were hurled at police over their apparent unwillingness to confront the anti-Occupy mob while still attempting to arrest individuals on the opposing side On Monday Occupy Central With Love & Peace one of the main protest organizing groups issued a statement to condemn the perceived inaction of the police “We urge the police to enforce the law and prevent certain people from damaging the peaceful occupy movement and avoid any suspicion that the government may be trying to use the masses to attack the masses” it read “We expect non-violence from protesters of all backgrounds” Pro-democracy activists began to rebuild barricades at Queensway after the afternoon clashes had subsided at around 4 pm They are demanding the resignation of Hong Kongs embattled Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and free elections for his successor beginning in 2017 On Sunday Leung gave a televised interview in which he refused to resign decrying the protest movement as "out of control" and deeming the possibility of Beijing acquiescing to protesters’ demands for more democratic polls as "almost nil" A police statement Monday morning said they were working to "relieve traffic congestion" and "reduce the chance of traffic accidents" but would not forcibly remove protesters Barriers on the periphery of the main protest area on Hong Kong Island and at another location across Victoria Harbor in Kowloon were cleared police said Scenes earlier in the day were tense but peaceful On Connaught Road in Central district over 200 officers clad in riot gear converged on some 60 protesters wearing gas masks and manning a section of barricade beside the prestigious Hong Kong Club at around 8 am Christy Ma 19 a dance student at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts told TIME on Connaught Road that she didnt think the police would use tear gas again after its deployment early in the protests galvanized support and brought tens of thousands more onto the streets "If the protest ends now its not really a complete success but it has achieved something to raise peoples attention that we are not politically apathetic and we care about society" she said seated cross-legged in front of a mangled collection of steel fences Unfurled umbrellas the adopted symbol of the pro-democracy movement were arrayed across the tops of the barricade to protect protesters from police pepper spray "I understand its not easy to take a great leap forward to have universal suffrage but at least people start to care about it" she added "Even if people disagree with us at least they are now talking about it" A large area of central Hong Kong still remains under the control of the students who have erected a tented village complete with study areas food and water stations first-aid posts recycling points showers stages and public artworks Some protesters have even numbered their tents to make themselves easier to find The well-organized protest area named Umbrella Square by the movement has become something of a sightseeing attraction in recent days with joggers and skateboarders passing through and tourists and families posing for photographs On Friday Goldman Sachs slashed Hong Kong’s fourth-quarter gross-domestic-product (GDP) growth forecast to 2% from 25% because of lower than expected tourist spending due to the protests With reporting by Zoher Abdoolcarim Elizabeth Barber and Helen Regan / Hong Kong Write to Charlie Campbell at [email protected] " and Warren re-iterating a hot button point that she made last week about inequality and the trade agenda; 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