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Hong Kong protesters leave one university

Rebellious students and anti-government protesters abandoned their occupation of at least one major Hong Kong university on Saturday. But some other schools remained under control...

Hong Kong hit by more transport disruption and campus violence

Hong Kong residents endured a fourth day of traffic chaos and mass transport disruption as protesters closed some main roads and rail networks while...

Students from mainland China flee Hong Kong after more unrest

University students from mainland China and Taiwan have been fleeing Hong Kong as college campuses become the latest battleground in the city’s five-month anti-government...

Security stepped up in Hong Kong after night of clashes

Police have increased security around Hong Kong and its university campuses as they braced for more violence after sharp clashes overnight with anti-government protesters. Many...

Police fire tear gas as Hong Kong protesters disrupt peak hour trains

Police fired tear gas at protesters who disrupted morning trains  onTuesday for the second day in a row as Hong Kong’s five months of...

Hong Kong leader pledges stiffer measures after violent day

Hong Kong’s leader has pledged to “spare no effort” in bringing an end to anti-government protests that have hit the city for more than...

Hong Kong politicians facing arrest amid ongoing protests.

Seven Hong Kong pro-democracy politicians have either been detained or faced arrest on Saturday, with a police statement saying one of them had been...

Organisers call on protestors to wear Carrie Lam masks at Hong Kong Halloween rally

Hong Kong authorities are bracing themselves after pro-democracy protesters urged people to celebrate Halloween by wearing masks on a march in defiance of a...

Hong Kong democracy activist barred from election

Hong Kong authorities have barred high-profile pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong from standing in an election, a move he says proves interference from Beijing.8 The decision...

Reporter accuses Hong Kong police of violence against media

A Hong Kong reporter has disrupted a police news conference to protest against what she called escalating violence by officers against journalists covering the...

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