Hong Kong protesters refuse to meet with government after clash

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Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have called off scheduled talks with the government, after protesters clashed with critics who disagree with what they are doing.

The protesters say police allowed the violence to happen.

At least 12 people were injured, including six officers.

Protesters have been occupying key government and financial districts for a week.

They want the Chinese government to reverse a decision to only allow Beijing-approved candidates to run in Hong Kong's elections.

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