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Hong Kongers caught trying to flee to Taiwan ‘at risk of...

Chinese authorities have again shown the world that political activists will not receive a fair trial, Amnesty International says

Hong Kong court grants bail to media mogul Jimmy Lai

Among his bail terms, Lai is not allowed to meet with foreign officials, give any interviews, publish any articles or post on social media

Leaving Hong Kong: A family makes a wrenching decision

They're leaving simply because of disillusionment with a city they love but no longer recognize

Relatives of Hong Kong dozen detained in China ask for adequate...

Mainland courts are loyal to the Communist Party and do not challenge the party's accusations — conviction rates are close to 100 percent

Cardinal Zen warns against rise of ‘political intimidation’ in Hong Kong

Arrest of Jimmy Lai is all about political persecution, cardinal says

Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai charged under national security law

Lai, an ardent critic of Beijing, would be the highest profile person charged under the sweeping new law imposed in June

Jailed Hong Kong publisher honored with press freedom award

I’m afraid that without the news, the world will forget us, says jailed Jimmy Lai

Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow denied bail after landmark sentencing

In an earlier interview she said faith inspired people to join the pro-democracy movement

Hong Kong arrests eight more activists as crackdown on opposition shows...

It’s the latest move by authorities in crackdown on opposition forces in the Chinese-ruled city

Hong Kong pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai in custody after fraud...

Lai’s denial of bail follows the jailing of three young democracy activists

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