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More than 100 people blocked a Hong Kong government building on Monday in protest against proposed legislation allowing extraditions to mainland China that they want scrapped.
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Thousands dressed in black marched in Hong Kong today to press for the full withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the financial hub into a poli...
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday signalled the end of a controversial extradition bill that she promoted and then postponed after some of the most violent protests since the former British colon...
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday said she had heard the people "loud and clear" and apologised again for recent upheaval after some of the most violent protests in the city against an extraditio...
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam (above) apologised again today and said she had heard the people "loud and clear" after some of the most violent protests in the Chinese-ruled city against an extradition b...
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SHANGHAI: Hong Kong stocks closed higher on Tuesday, extending a rally from the previous session, aided by strong inflows from the mainland even as the protests subsided.
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Activist Joshua Wong, who has become the face of Hong Kong's push for full democracy, walked free from prison on Monday and vowed to join a mass protest movement demanding that the city's Beijing-back...
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HONG KONG stocks advanced after the government suspended a controversial extradition bill that spurred some of the city’s biggest protests in decades.
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HONG KONG: Ping An Insurance's OneConnect financial technology unit is leaning toward picking New York over Hong Kong for its initial public offering (IPO) in the hope of achieving a higher valuation, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
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Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong (above) walked free from prison on Monday after serving nearly five weeks for contempt of court, pledging to join a mass protest movement demanding that the ci...
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Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam apologised to its people yesterday as an estimated one million-plus black-clad protesters insisted that she resigns over her handling of a bill that would allow citizen...
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Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Hong Kong on Sunday dressed in black to demand the city's embattled leader Carrie Lam to steps down.The rally took place a day after she suspended an...
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Tens of thousands are expected to take to the streets in Hong Kong on Sunday to demand the city’s leader steps down, a day after she suspended an extradition bill following the most violent protests...
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I have seen many videos about the current situation in Hong Kong.
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With an escalating US trade war, a faltering economy and tensions in the South China Sea vexing her bosses in Beijing, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam appeared in no mood to compromise on a planned extrad...
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has indefinitely delayed a proposed law to allow extraditions to mainland China, in a dramatic retreat after widespread anger over the bill sparked violent protests in the ...
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Hong Kong media reported on Saturday the city’s government would suspend a proposed law on extradition to mainland China that sparked widespread anger and violent protests, with leader Carrie Lam pl...
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Scuffles broke out between demonstrators and police in Hong Kong yesterday as hundreds of people kept up a protest against a planned extradition law with mainland China, a day after police fired tear ...
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Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam on Wednesday turned tearful when speaking about mass protests against an extradition bill in the city.Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets to ...
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Hong Kong police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at demonstrators who threw plastic bottles on Wednesday as protests against an extradition bill that would allow people to be sent to mainland China ...
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Tens of thousands of demonstrators in Hong Kong surrounded the city’s legislature on Wednesday, forcing it to postpone a second round of debate on an extradition bill that would allow people to be s...
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Chaotic scenes erupted in Hong Kong early today as thousands of demonstrators stormed a key road next to government offices to protest against a proposed extradition bill that would allow people to be...
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Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam remained defiant on Tuesday, pledging to push ahead with a proposed extradition bill that would allow fugitives captured in Hong Kong to be sent to mainland Chi...
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Riot police surrounded Hong Kong’s parliament on today after authorities said they would go ahead with a proposed extradition law, which would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China, despite pr...
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Hong Kong was plunged into a fresh political crisis on Sunday night after more than half a million people took to the streets to thwart a proposed extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent ...
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China has made “solemn representations” to Germany after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city, demanding it correct its “mistakes...
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A Hong Kong bookseller, who was detained by China, is seeking refuge in Taiwan, saying his home city will no longer be safe when new laws are enacted allowing extradition to China, which could drive e...
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Thousands of people marched on Hong Kong’s parliament on Sunday to demand the scrapping of proposed extradition rules that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for trial - a move which so...
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HONG KONG, Jan 14 — Hong Kong's government says it needs to build billions of dollars' worth of artificial islands to give the city's glittering skyline room to grow, but critics say developers are ...
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HONG KONG: Using part of Hong Kong’s iconic golf course and developing deserted rural land for housing are among a government-appointed panel’s suggestions to address land shortage in the world’s least affordable property market.