Hong Kong is facing its biggest crisis since it returned from British to Chinese rule in 1997, the head of China’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs office said on Wednesday.
Hundreds of lawyers dressed in black marched under the scorching sun from the city’s highest court to the justice secretary’s office.
Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong plan to hold a mass rally later on Saturday as they face down increasingly stern warnings from China over weeks-long unrest that has plunged the city into crisis.
In a statement, police said eight people —seven men and one woman — were arrested at an industrial building on Thursday evening in the district of Sha Tin on charges of possession
US President Donald Trump has described protests in Hong Kong as “riots” that China will have to deal with itself, signalling a hands-off approach to the biggest political crisis gripping
The two-month crisis has become the biggest threat to Beijing’s rule of the semi-autonomous southern Chinese city since its handover from the British in 1997.
Hong Kong riot police clashed on Monday with pro-democracy protesters for a third straight day, as the city’s leader warned the global financial hub was nearing a “very dangerous situation” and a rare strike caused transport chaos.
Hong Kong’s Airport Authority said on Friday only departing passengers with travel documents will be allowed to enter the terminal as anti-government activists gear up for a three-day rally to raise
The Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions on Friday called on Cathay Pacific (0293.HK) to put an end to what it described as “white terror,” following the dismissal of Rebecca Sy, the head of
The protester felt torn as an elderly Australian woman in a wheelchair grabbed his hand and asked for help. She was trying to get home and wanted assistance navigating through the thousands of demonstrators at the Hong Kong International Airport to reach her gate. If he were in charge, he would have let her pass. But he wasn’t. Nobody was.