Hours after the territory's government called off meetings with student leaders, more protesters appeared in Admiralty.
Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said the students failed to meet basic preconditions for the talks.
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As student leaders prepare to meet with the territory's government, the differences between the two remain unresolved.
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One of the main groups behind the protests have blamed government forces for failing to rein in pro-Beijing people.
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Government officials refused, however, to meet if students insisted on preconditions.
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