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Hong Kong Police Tackle 12-Year-Old Girl To The Ground [Video]

Hong Kong Police Tackle 12-Year-Old Girl To The Ground

Hong Kong Police Tackle 12-Year-Old Girl To The Ground

Credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO     Duration: 00:28Published
Jimmy Lai's Arrest and TomoNews' Reaction [Video]

Jimmy Lai's Arrest and TomoNews' Reaction

HONG KONG — Jimmy Lai, the owner of Apple Daily and Next Media — yes, our daddy here at TomoNews — has been arrested under Beijing's highly questionable so-called 'national security..

Credit: TomoNews US     Duration: 04:14Published
Hong Kong Media Tycoon First To Be Arrested Under New China Security Law [Video]

Hong Kong Media Tycoon First To Be Arrested Under New China Security Law

CNN reports Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai was arrested early Monday. Lai is known for his support of the city's pro-democracy movement and criticism of China. The arrest comes under the new security..

Credit: Wochit Tech     Duration: 00:40Published

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Hong Kong protests flare amid national anthem debate

Hong Kong police have fired pepper pellets and made many arrests as protesters gather to oppose a bill criminalising "insulting" China's national anthem.
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Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong are gathering near Legislative Council building as politicians debate a bill that would criminalise insulting or abusing the Chinese national anthem.
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Hong Kong protests escalate

Police fire tear gas as protests escalate
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Prevent, stop and punish': China's new Hong Kong sedition laws spark backlash

Beijing is set to establish new national security agencies and introduce a raft of tough new laws against dissent in Hong Kong as it attempts to wipe out protests in the Chinese territory.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

More than 200 people are estimated to have been arrested during anti-government protests on Sunday night.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hong Kong protests return as virus wanes

The protesters have returned to Hong Kong's streets despite a heavy police presence, as no new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the past three weeks.
SBS - Published

'Hong Kong protests further clarified who I am': Lunch with Benjamin Law

Writing for the stage has been a voyage of discovery for Benjamin Law.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Virgin Australia drops flights to Hong Kong as protests, coronavirus bite

The airline said that its daily return Sydney-Hong Kong services would cease from March 2 after a review of the route concluded it was no longer financially viable.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

Tear gas and clashes as Hong Kong protests continue through Christmas

Anti-government activists have again clashed with police in Hong Kong as the ongoing protests continued on Christmas Day.
SBS - Published

Five teenagers arrested over man's death during Hong Kong protests

The three males and two females aged 15 to 18 were arrested on Friday on suspicion of murder, rioting and wounding and had been detained pending further investigation, police said in a statement.
SBS - Published

'We will blossom everywhere': Hong Kong set for fresh protests as police end university siege

Hong Kong's protests are fuelled by years of seething anger over China's perceived erosion of liberties in the semi-autonomous city and millions of Hong Kongers marched in protest rallies throughout..
SBS - Published

Former UK consulate worker 'tortured by China over Hong Kong protests'

A former worker at the British Consulate in Hong Kong says he was beaten, deprived of sleep and chained by Chinese police and agents, claims which China denies.
SBS - Published

The Australian exchange students choosing to remain in Hong Kong despite protests

Despite warnings from universities that they return home, a number of Australian exchange students have chosen to remain in Hong Kong saying that they still feel safe in the city.
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Hong Kong protests: Violence ramps up as police and protesters clash again

Police and protesters have once again clashed in the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon, six months after unrest over the extradition bill began.
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China calls for tough security laws to end Hong Kong protests

China's call for tougher security laws is likely to inflame protests in Hong Kong.
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Thousands gather for 'martyrs' vigil amid Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong protesters held a vigil for "martyrs" on Saturday and many demanded "revenge" after a student died in hospital this week following a high fall, fuelling anger among pro-democracy..
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Qantas profits to be hit by Hong Kong protests and US-China trade war

The Qantas Airways Limited (ASX:QAN) share price is descending today after the release of its first quarter update... The post Qantas profits to be hit by Hong Kong protests and US-China trade war..
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Hong Kong extradition bill officially killed, but move unlikely to end unrest

The extradition bill which sparked the Hong Kong protests has officially been withdrawn for good.
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Murder suspect whose case was catalyst for Hong Kong protests released

After 19 months in jail, 20-year-old murder suspect Chan Tong-kai says he is willing to turn himself in to Taiwan.
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