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Hong Kong airline to cut thousands of jobs amid pandemic
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Cathay Pacific to cut 5,900 jobs
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Thailand, Hong Kong activists form alliance
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Cathay Pacific to cut 6,000 jobs - report
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Hand signals only: The language of Thai protests
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Impossible Foods launches in Asian grocery stores
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HK activist Grandma Wong speaks out against China
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'Something close' to genocide in China's Xinjiang: WH
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Equity indices close higher after RBI keeps key rates unchanged
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Equities trim early gains but close in green, Wipro spurts 7.3%
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Sensex spurts by 600 points, financial and auto stocks gain
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How does the Nobel Peace Prize work?
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Watch: Massive anti-China protest outside Chinese Consulate in Toronto
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Dozens arrested as Hong Kong marks China’s National Day
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Hong Kong sees heavy police presence to deter protests on China's national day
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Hong Kong leader slams 'brutal' foreign sanctions
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Hong Kong marks China's National Day with flag raising
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Vatican denies Pompeo audience with Pope
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Hong Kong man who drove motorbike into police becomes first person charged under new security lawPolice have laid the first charge under the new security laws which have been condemned for stifling freedom of speech.
China takes a swipe at Australia over plan to give Hong Kongers safe haven visasThe Chinese foreign ministry says Australia should avoid going further down the wrong path by offering Hong Kong nationals safe haven visas.
China warns Australia over Hong Kong visasThe Chinese foreign ministry says Australia should avoid going further down the wrong path by offering Hong Kong nationals safe haven visas.
Pro-democracy Hong Kongers in Australia welcome Scott Morrison's safe haven plansAustralia is "actively considering" offering safe haven to Hong Kong residents who are endangered by a new draconian national security law imposed on the city by China.
Australia drafting plan to offer safe haven to Hong Kong residentsAustralia is working on a scheme to provide safe haven to Hong Kong residents after China’s “very concerning” decision to push ahead with a controversial new security law, Scott Morrison has..
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Hong Kong arrests hundreds protesting new security lawHong Kong police have arrested more than 300 people for 'illegal assembly' as part of new security laws forbidding protests encouraging 'seccession, subversion and terrorism'.
Horrified by China's new security laws, pro-democracy Hongkongers are looking to AustraliaThe controversial new national security law imposed on Hong Kong by China has expats living in Australia concerned.
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Hong Kong store owner rejects call to remove protest statueThe owner of a children's clothes shop in Hong Kong has refused a request from his landlord to remove a statue celebrating anti-government protests saying he wanted to teach children about democracy..
Taiwan to set up office to help people fleeing Hong KongTaiwan said on Thursday it will set up a dedicated office to help those thinking of fleeing Chinese-ruled Hong Kong as Beijing tightens its grip on the former British colony.
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Hong Kong security law draft to be put before China's top parliament bodyThe top decision-making body of China's parliament will review a draft of national security legislation for Hong Kong during a session in Beijing that began on Thursday, the official Xinhua news agency..
China tells G7 to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairsChina said on Thursday that the Group of Seven nations should stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs, responding to a joint statement issued by G7 foreign ministers calling for a halt to the national..
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Top China parliament body to review Hong Kong security legislationThe top decisionmaking body of the Chinese parliament will review a draft Hong Kong national security legislation during its session in Beijing that began on Thursday, the official Xinhua news agency..
China tells U.S. to stop interfering in its affairs, work to repair relationsChina's top diplomat told his U.S. counterpart that Washington needed to respect Beijing's positions on key issues, halt its interference in issues such as Hong Kong, Taiwan and Xinjiang and work to..
G7 foreign ministers urge China not impose security law on Hong KongThe G7 foreign ministers issued a joint statement on Wednesday calling on China not to follow through with plans to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong.
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Britain warns at UN rights forum against security law for Hong KongBritain said on Tuesday that China's plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong would undermine the autonomy and freedoms of the former British colony.
Britain warns against security law for Hong Kong as North Korea defends ChinaBritain said on Tuesday that China's plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong would undermine the autonomy in the former British colony and could threaten its rights and freedoms.
Hong Kong leader says opponents of security law are "enemy of the people"Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday urged opponents of Beijing's plan to impose national security legislation in the financial hub to stop "smearing" the effort, saying those who did were "the enemy..
Hong Kong to allow gatherings of up to 50 people as COVID-19 curbs easeHong Kong will let groups of up to 50 people meet from Friday, easing an earlier limit of eight people, after reporting only a small number of coronavirus cases in recent weeks, Health Secretary Sophia..
Hong Kong government considers further relaxation of coronavirus restrictionsHong Kong is moving towards a further relaxation of social gathering restrictions related to the coronavirus, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said before a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
This Hong Kong student protester fled to Australia. Now he's seeking asylumEXCLUSIVE: Facing rioting charges and 10 years in prison, a frontline protester in last year’s pro-democracy demonstrations has spoken to SBS News about his desperate claim for asylum in Australia.
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Hong Kong riot cop rebuked for chanting 'black lives matter'A Hong Kong riot cop who was filmed chanting "black lives matter" and "I can't breathe" on patrol during a demonstration on Friday has been reprimanded by authorities, according to media reports.
Hong Kong, China governments reject UK 'interference' and 'biased' criticismThe Hong Kong government and China's foreign ministry branch in the city hit back on Friday at a report by Britain criticising Beijing's plans for national security legislation, saying it was "biased"..
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Japan wants to take lead for G7 statement on Hong Kong: AbeJapan wants to take the lead among Group of Seven nations on issuing a statement about the situation in Hong Kong, where China has imposed a new security law, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on..
Protesters gather to mark 'million-people' march anniversary in Hong KongHundreds of protesters gathered in central Hong Kong on Tuesday to mark a year of sustained pro-democracy rallies as fears over looming national security legislation have reignited unrest in the global..
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Hong Kong cannot afford more protest 'chaos', says leaderHong Kong leader Carrie Lam warned on Tuesday that the Chinese-ruled city cannot afford further "chaos" as activists marked a year of pro-democracy rallies with lunchtime protests in several shopping..
Hong Kong leader warns protesters that city cannot afford more 'chaos'Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam warned on Tuesday the city could not afford further "chaos" as activists marked a year of sustained pro-democracy rallies with lunchtime protests in several shopping malls.
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