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Hong Kong protests

UN Commissioner for Human Rights expresses concern over ongoing events in Hong Kong

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has expressed concern over the ongoing events in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region HKSAR and the escalation of violence in recent days. Speaking on behalf of spokesman, Robert Colville,...

Britain: Violence in Hong Kong is alarming

The British government is worried about the latest violence in Hong Kong and wants everyone to calm down, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday. Hong Kong airport canceled all flights on Monday, with authorities blaming protesters for disruption at...

Hong Kong: Amid protests all the departures flights cancelled

All the departure flights at the airport on Monday were canceled for the rest of the day , amid democracy movement protests in Hong Kong,. This was reported by the Hong Kong newspaper "South China Morning Post". According to it could...

Hong Kong police fires tear gas to disperse protesters

Hong Kong police fired tear gas heavily to disperse anti-government protesters on Saturday as demonstrators quickly gathered in other areas in a new day of unrest. Weeks of increasingly violent protests have pushed Hong Kong into its worst political crisis...

Washington issues travel advice for Hong Kong

The United States issued travel advice to its people who want to go to Hong Kong, asking them to be careful while in the area, following street protests over the past month. Demonstrations in the Asian financial hub have sparked...

China urges United States to stop interfering in Hong Kong

China urged the United States on Monday to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs and said it firmly supports the principle of one country, two systems. United States should not underestimate China's determination to protect the stability of Hong Kong,...

Demonstrations continue in Hong Kong city on first day of open strike

Thousands of people marched through the streets of Hong Kong on Monday, the first day of an open strike in the city, after violent clashes between police and anti-government protesters. The city, which is controlled by China, has been protesting...

Police tests the patience of Hongkongers Tsunami with heavy tear gas shelling

Tens of thousands of Honkongers crowded the streets against heavy tear gas shelling by the police on Saturday, despite warnings from Beijing, once a peace loving city became worse during the evening. An impressive crowd, mostly young, with civil servants...

Hong Kong civil servants join the protest movement

Civil servants (PNS) and medical workers began to show their voices participating in opposing the government in Hong Kong. Hong Kong civil servants has tended to be conservative and reluctant to be highlighted by the public, unexpectedly participating in supporting...

Hong Kong protesters blocked the train service

Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong blocked train service during the early hours of this morning, causing commuter service interruption in a recent anti-government campaign on the former British colony. The protests, which began three months ago in protest of...
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Pakistan’s IT deleg meets over 50 Canadian IT companies in Toronto

The Consulate General of Pakistan, Toronto, arranged a networking event for the visiting delegation of ITC executives from Pakistan...
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