Thursday, December 2, 2021

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong: Police brutality peaks with baton charge, pepper spray and rubber bullets

Tens of Thousands of people demonstrated in Hong Kong against Chinese human rights abuses. However, 90 minutes after the start of the approved protest march on Sunday, the police used tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets against the...

Hong Kong demonstrators continue protests at Christmas

Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong marched in several shopping malls chanting pro-democracy slogans Wednesday, after a day of violent clashes with police leaving a major tourist area decorated for Christmas, covered with tear gas. The protests that escalated in June...

Hong Kong suspends school sessions until Sunday due to protests

All schools will be suspended from Friday to Sunday due to transportation and transportation problems, the Hong Kong Education Office said. The office made the announcement in a statement and urged students to stay away from violence. Anti-government protests paralyzed parts...

Thousands gather to pay tribute to martyrs of Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong protesters held a memorial service for "martyrs" on Saturday and many demanded "revenge" for a student who died in hospital last week after falling from a high place, sparking anger among pro-democracy protesters who began protests in...

Hong Kong: Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse violent protesters

In Hong Kong, protesters from the democracy movement clashed again with police on Saturday. The police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse small groups of violent protesters who had erected barricades in Tuen Mun Tsan town in...

Hong Kong: New round of Pro verses Anti-government demonstrations

The Embarrassing bans and a massive police presence on Saturday in Hong Kong prevented major protests from government opponents on Saturday. Smaller actions, organized by Beijing-friendly forces with red Chinese national flags, near the shopping Amoy Mall, also resulted...

Beijing media: China will crush offensive attempts to separate Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an inalienable part of China and any form of separatism will be crushed, state media said on Monday, a day after demonstrators gathered at the US consulate to seek help for democracy in the city. Sunday's rally...

Protesters in Hong Kong convey their message to the US consulate

Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters plan to convey their message to the US consulate on Sunday after another night of violence in the 14th week of unrest in the Chinese-ruled city. US Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Saturday urged the Chinese...

Point of no return: Thousands of Hong Kong students prefer protests to books

Thousands of black-masked Hong Kong students gathered on Monday at the start of a two-week university boycott, increasing pressure on Hong Kong leaders to end anti-government protests. Students are the backbone of the movement that has come up against the...

Hong Kong: China warns intervention if protest escalates

Hong Kong: China sent its strongest warning so far to use its troops on the streets of the the region where Beijing said protests turned to the 'Color Revolution' with water cannons and tear gas fired in clashes between...
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