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First person charged under Hong Kong security law found guilty | Hong Kong Protests News

Former waiter Tong Ying-kit, 24, was accused of driving his motorcycle into three riot police officers while carrying a protest flag.The first person...

US sanctions Chinese officials over Hong Kong democracy crackdown | Freedom of the Press News

The United States has imposed sanctions on seven Chinese officials over Beijing’s crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. This is Washington’s latest effort...

Biden to warn US firms of risks of operating in Hong Kong | Business and Economy News

The U.S. will warn American companies this week of the increasing risks of operating in Hong Kong, three people familiar with the matter...

Hong Kong police officer was stabbed by ‘lone wolf’ attacker | Hong Kong Protests News

Police said the man stabbed himself in the chest and later died of his wounds after injuring officer.A 50-year-old man, who killed himself...

HK’s security chief promoted to No. 2 job amid US sanctions call | Hong Kong Protests News

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam has reshuffled her cabinet, naming Secretary of Security John Lee as chief secretary – the number two...

Apple Daily executives face national security charge in HK court | Hong Kong Protests News

Two newspaper officials are charged with collusion with foreign powers, raising alarm over media freedoms in the financial hub.Crowds gathered outside a Hong...

Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow released on protest anniversary | Hong Kong Protests News

The 24-year-old activist served nearly seven months for her role in an unauthorised assembly during anti-government protests in the city in 2019.Hong Kong democracy activist...

Blinken raises US concerns with China about Xinjiang, Hong Kong | Coronavirus pandemic News

‘Genocide and crimes against humanity’, erosion of ‘democratic norms’ cited by Washington in call with Beijing.United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken in...

Tiananmen vigil stifled but HK activists say history ‘not erased’ | Hong Kong Protests News

Hong Kong, China – With heavy police presence in the heart of Hong Kong having all but snuffed out any commemoration of the...

Hong Kong police out in force to prevent Tiananmen commemoration | Civil Rights News

Thousands of police were deployed in Hong Kong on Friday and the organiser of the territory’s now-banned annual vigil of China’s Tiananmen Square...
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