Hong Kong police fire pepper pellets to disperse protests over security...

Many shops, bank branches and office buildings closed early, while dozens of people were seen rounded up by riot police and made to sit on a sidewalk

Hong Kong demand for VPNs surges on heels of China’s plan...

The former British colony enjoys unrestricted internet access, unlike on the mainland where the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter are blocked

Taiwan promises ‘necessary assistance’ to Hong Kong’s people

Bullets and repression are not the way to deal with the aspirations of Hong Kong's people for freedom and democracy, President Tsai Ing-wen says

Beijing may base security agencies in Hong Kong as part of...

It is essentially declaring directly that 'one country two systems' is null and a failure, academic says

Calls for protest march in Hong Kong as China pushes new...

A previous attempt to adopt similar legislation in 2003 was met with a protest that drew around half a million people onto the streets and was eventually shelved

Hong Kong extends coronavirus group restrictions, Tiananmen vigil at risk

The Chinese-ruled city has so far recorded 1,056 cases, mostly imported, and four deaths

Hong Kong police arrest more than 200 as pro-democracy protests return

Video footage shows protesters being subdued on the ground, scuffles and people bleeding

Business booms for ‘yellow’ firms backing Hong Kong protest movement

Stepping up an economic campaign that took root amid protests last year, mobile apps and shop banners guide consumers to yellow businesses across the city

Hong Kong police break up pro-democracy singing protest at mall

Political tensions have escalated since the arrest of 15 pro-democracy activists

Arrests show Beijing sees Hong Kong crackdown as priority, activist says

Arrests have prompted criticism from the US and Britain, which both called for Hong Kong's rule of law to be maintained

China’s internal security force on frontlines of Hong Kong protests

The paramilitary People's Armed Police presence in Hong Kong is as many as 4,000 personnel

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested on illegal assembly charges

Lai, a self-made millionaire, has been a major financial patron of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement

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