Protesters shout at Hong Kong minister in London during alleged attack

Demonstrators in London supporting Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters on Thursday (November 14) crowded around Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng, shouting at her in what was called an attack by a "violent mob" by the Chinese and Hong Kong governments.

Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng, who was in London to promote Hong Kong as a dispute resolution and deal-making hub, was targeted by a group of protesters who shouted "murderer" and "shameful." The event which she was supposed to speak at was later cancelled.