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Rival rallies as Hong Kong's divisions deepen
Hong Kong activists kicked off a weekend of fresh rallies on Saturday following criticism over an airport protest earlier this week as thousands of pro-government supporters gathered in a park to condemn their opponents and support the police, a stark illustration of the polarization now coursing through the city.
Consequences of UK colonialism still felt in Kashmir, Hong Kong
We are still reminded of the consequences of British colonialism with the ongoing volatile situations in places such as Indian-controlled Kashmir and Hong Kong.
China warns foreign forces against fomenting violent protests in Hong Kong
China says unidentified foreign forces are instigating violent protest rallies in Hong Kong, warning them that Beijing has noticed their “conniving” attempts and that they only inflict damage on themselves.
Flights restart at Hong Kong airport as protesters apologize
Flights resumed at Hong Kong’s airport Wednesday after two days of disruptions marked by outbursts of violence that highlight the hardening positions of pro-democracy protesters and the authorities in the semiautonomous Chinese city.
Protester blockade triggers second day of Hong Kong airport chaos
Hundreds of flights were cancelled or suspended at Hong Kong's airport Tuesday as protesters staged a second disruptive sit-in at the sprawling complex, defying warnings from the city's leader who said they were heading down a "path of no return".
US Senate leader warns China against crackdown of Hong Kong protests
US Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader in the upper chamber of Congress, has warned China that any violent suppression of protests in Hong Kong would be “completely unacceptable.”
Hong Kong protests shut down airport
All passenger flights in and out of Hong Kong were canceled on Monday after thousands of protesters flooded the city's airport to denounce police violence.
China urges UK not to interfere in Hong Kong affairs
Beijing on Saturday told the United Kingdom to stay out of China’s internal affairs after Britain’s foreign minister called for an independent investigation into the recent protests in its former colony Hong Kong.
China again warns US to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs
China has once again warned the United States to stop meddling in Hong Kong’s affairs, as the city continues to witness unrest.
Hong Kong leader rules out concessions, warns of economic downturn
Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam warned Friday that two months of demonstrations were causing economic chaos in the city but ruled out making concessions to "silence the violent protesters."
China urges US to stop sending wrong signals to Hong Kong separatists
China has filed stern representations with the United States, urging US officials to stop sending wrong signals to “violent separatists” in the international financial hub.
Chinese official: Hong Kong facing worst crisis since handover
Hong Kong is facing its worst crisis since it returned from British to Chinese rule in 1997, the head of China’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs office said on Wednesday, as more anti-government protests rocked the Asian financial hub.
Protesters in Hong Kong clash with police again
Protesters in Hong Kong have clashed with police on the second consecutive night of confrontations, as China issued fresh warnings over the months-long unrest plaguing the international financial hub.
Thousands resume Hong Kong protests, China won't 'sit idly by'
Thousands of protesters took to Hong Kong’s streets on Sunday, a day after violent clashes between anti-government protesters and police, and as China’s official news agency warned Beijing will not let the situation in the Asian financial hub continue.
Minister: Stability in Hong Kong key for Singapore businesses
Prolonged turmoil in Hong Kong could jeopardize regional financial stability, and that would outweigh any short-term gain for Singapore from flows of funds from investors worried about protests there, a Singapore government minister said.

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