Saturday, December 5, 2020

Hong Kong

Coronavirus: Ten countries are already affected by epidemic

The death toll of the coronavirus rises this Thursday to 19 dead, all deceased in China. But authorities have reported that the virus, which is transmitted through the respiratory tract, could "mutate" and spread more easily. The list of countries...

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...

Saudi Consulate in Hong Kong warns of SARS virus spread

Saudi Arabian Consulate in Hong Kong has warned its citizens that the Chinese authorities have announced 27 cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in Wuhan, central China, and according to Saudi foreign ministry, the embassy has warned of...

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: Pro-democracy candidates to sweep local elections with big margin

Pro-democracy candidates took an early lead in Hong Kong local council elections, as record numbers voted in what is being seen as a barometer of support for protests that have rocked the Asian financial hub. By 5am local time, pro-democracy...

Hong Kong local elections: Pro-Democracy moment tuned to vote instead march

In many parts queues were formed to vote for the Hong Kong local elections. Throughout the morning, people were patiently waiting to vote. District council elections like these usually have little importance. But this time it's about more. It...

Hong Kong local elections begin after months of protests

Hong Kong local elections kicked off Sunday, which will test support for the struggling government of Chief Executive Carrie Lam after nearly six months of anti-government protests. With a record number of candidates, elections are being held for the...

Trump: If it wasn’t for me, Hong Kong would be destroyed in 14 minutes

US President Donald Trump has announced that he is saving Hong Kong from destruction by persuading Chinese President Xi Jinping not to send troops to counter the pro-democracy movement. "If it wasn't for me, Hong Kong would be destroyed in...

Alibaba is going public in Hong Kong, despite the escalating protests

Chinese Internet corporation Alibaba announced on Wednesday at what price it intends to sell its shares intended for trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to investors. Alibaba has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange since 2014...

Hong Kong: Students movement threatens the next escalation

Possibly it was due to the mediators that worse could be prevented in Hong Kong. The deputies, lawyers and church people had spent at the Polytechnic University urging the encircled activists to leave the campus peacefully. More than 500...
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