The once stable international hub has been convulsed by weeks of huge, sometimes violent rallies calling for greater democratic freedoms and police accountability.
An Australian pro-democracy academic held for seven months in China has been formally arrested for spying, Foreign Minister Marise Payne said on Tuesday
Leading Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong was arrested on Friday, his party said, a day ahead of a planned rally in the city that has been banned by police.
Police from Jammu and Kashmir with the aid of their Bihar counterparts arrested both men for kidnapping the women from Jammu and Kashmir's Ramban district, Bihar Police said.
The area has been racked by civil unrest for two weeks over perceived racial and ethnic discrimination. Some protesters are also demanding an independence vote, although authorities have ruled out such a possibility.
A university student who coaxed 200 private photos from 10 children using Fortnite game is under lock and key, said a Dubai Police officer on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands protested across Papua — on the western half of New Guinea island — as anger over racism and fresh calls for self-rule fuelled mass demonstrations and violent clashes with security forces.
The man made his first court appearance on Saturday and was charged with murder, aggravated robbery and threatening to kill. Police arrested him late on Friday after an all-day manhunt.
The three political leaders were moved to an official guest house on Monday, according to a court order, the same day as the announcement in New Delhi that Kashmir's special status under the constitution had been removed.