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An anti-govt protester throws a Molotov cocktail during a protest in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong on Wednesday. Tyrone Siu/ Reuters
China’s Vice Premier Han Zheng said on Wednesday Beijing supports more aggressive measures to tackle the unrest that has roiled the Chinese-ruled city of Hong Kong for more than five months.
Anti-govt protester lies on a mattress during a protest in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, China on Wednesday.
Han said the protests were damaging the “one country, two systems” formula under which the Asian financial hub has been governed since its handover from Britain to Beijing in 1997.
Anti-govt protesters take cover with umbrellas during a protest in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, China on Wednesday.
Lam had met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday in Shanghai, where he voiced support for her administration.
China suspended US warship visits and sanctioned American NGOs on Monday in retaliation for the passage of a bill backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The financial hub has been rocked by nearly six months
Police, widely criticised for failing to better protect the public from the triad raid in Yuen Long, have refused to allow the latest march on safety grounds.
Sheung Shui boasts dozens of pharmacies and cosmetic stores that are hugely popular with mainland merchants who snap up goods in Hong Kong — where there is no sales tax — and resell them across the border.
China’s central government condemned on Tuesday the ransacking of Hong Kong’s legislature and said it backed the city authorities to investigate the “criminal responsibility of violent offenders.”
A Platteville police officer stopped Yareni Rio-Gonzalez's car just past the train tracks and parked the police vehicle on the crossing before arresting her and putting her in the back seat.
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"The bodies of 16 people including women and children have so far been retrieved," Sujoy Kumar Roy, an officer of Panchagarh's Boda Police station, told Xinhua news agency.
The complainant filed a lawsuit requesting the termination of the caravan sale contract and compensation of Dhs50,000, besides paying the fees and expenses of the lawsuit.