HONG KONG SECURITY LAW: BEIJING'S CRUSHING OF DISSENT

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Cardinal Zen’s arrest deepens alarm over Hong Kong crackdown

Cardinal Zen and his colleagues join more than 180 Hong Kongers arrested under the national security law to date

Danish artist tries to reclaim Tiananmen tribute from Hong Kong University

The artist of the "Pillar of Shame" said he isn't being given enough time to remove the sculpture

Hong Kong’s Tiananmen vigil organizer disbands

The Hong Kong Alliance was one of the most prominent symbols of the city's former political plurality

Hong Kong police order Tiananmen vigil group to delete websites

The Hong Kong Alliance is the latest opposition group to be targeted by a sweeping national security law

Hong Kong to create more national security offenses, says official

China imposed a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong last year in response to huge and often violent democracy protests

Hong Kong to censor critical movies under National Security Law

If passed, the amended law will "consider whether the exhibition of a film would be contrary to the interests of national security"

Hong Kong democracy activist: Most of my friends have been detained

More than 10,000 people have been arrested in Hong Kong since the 2019 anti-government protest movement

Hong Kong police refuse permission for rally to mark handover

This year's anniversary is particularly sensitive as it coincides with events to mark the centenary of the Chinese Communist Party

Trial of first person charged under Hong Kong’s national security law...

The case of Tong Ying-kit is seen as a departure from Hong Kong's common law traditions, as he was denied bail and a jury

Hong Kong activists to defy ban on vigil marking anniversary of...

This marks the second year that Hong Kong police have banned the vigil, citing coronavirus restrictions

Hong Kong’s Joshua Wong pleads guilty over June 4 ‘illegal assembly’

Tens of thousands of people lit candles across the city in what was largely a peaceful event last June

Activists fear Hong Kong immigration bill will allow arbitrary travel bans

Lawyers and rights groups say bill gives authorities unbridled powers to impose ‘exit bans’ such as those used by mainland China

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