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Lawyers of Hong Kong’s Cardinal Zen call for charges to be...
Cardinal Zen has been charged with failing to apply for local society registration for the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund between 2019 and 2021
Cardinal Zen’s trial reopens in Hong Kong
The prosecution argued that the Fund needed to be registered with the police because of its “massive” size and “systematic” mode of operation
UN calls on China to repeal draconian Hong Kong ‘national security’...
The law has led to the arrests of more than 200, including 12 children, amid an ongoing crackdown on dissent
Far-flung Hong Kong diaspora linked by ‘shared destiny’
As the territory celebrates the handover's 25th anniversary on Friday, another exodus is under way
Cardinal Zen set to appear in Hong Kong court next week
Cardinal Zen was arrested May 11 under China’s national security law with at least four others for his role as a trustee of a relief fund
China defends arrest of Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong as Western...
Retired Cardinal Joseph Zen was among a group of veteran democracy advocates arrested Wednesday for "colluding with foreign forces”
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
Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong released on bail after arrest over...
The cardinal was arrested over his role as a trustee of the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund, which helped protesters pay their legal fees
British Catholic activist says not afraid of Hong Kong jail threat
Hong Kong Watch could incur a fine of HK$100,000 (around US$12,800) or its chief executive face three years in jail
The shadowy messengers delivering threats to Hong Kong civil society
A national security law imposed by Beijing in 2020 to snuff out dissent has knee-capped the civil society sector of Hong Kong