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Hong Kong sees biggest protests since November elections
Crowds of black-clad demonstrators thronged Hong Kong on Sunday in fresh anti-government protests since local elections last month.
Hong Kong office workers begin week of lunchtime protests
Hundreds of office workers in Hong Kong’s business district gathered on Monday for the first in a week of lunchtime protests backing the pro-democracy movement after its resounding victory in district polls last month in the Chinese-ruled city.
Hong Kong set to record first budget deficit in 15 years
Hong Kong is set to record its first budget deficit in 15 years, the city's finance chief warned Monday, as the business hub reels from the twin shocks of the trade war and seething democracy protests.
Hong Kong leader vows to 'listen' as opposition wins
Hong Kong's vowed Monday to "listen humbly" to voters after the opposition camp scored a landslide victory in community-level elections that revealed broad public support for a protest movement that has stirred months of violence.
Asian airlines cautious about outlook for 2020
Asian airlines are cautious about the outlook for 2020 after trade disputes undermined confidence and led to economic growth below initial forecasts this year, the head of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) said on Monday.
China says US after ‘destroying’ Hong Kong, threatens retaliation
China says the US is seeking to “destroy” Hong Kong by indulging “violent criminals” who have plunged the international financial hub into turmoil for the past six months, threatening Washington with retaliation.
UK appears determined to escalate unrest in Hong Kong
Britain has stepped up the pressure on China by accusing the People’s Republic of torturing a former employee of the UK’s consulate in Hong Kong.
China summons US diplomat over meddling in Hong Kong
China made stern representations to a representative of the US Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday after the Senate unanimously passed legislation on human rights in Hong Kong.
UN decries Hong Kong protest violence, calls for calm
The UN human rights office said on Tuesday that some Hong Kong demonstrators’ resorting to extreme violence, including against police, was “deeply regrettable and cannot be condoned”, voicing concern that the situation could deteriorate further.
China warns UK, US against 'external interference' in Hong Kong affairs
China will not budge on opposing interference of “any” type in the internal affairs of Hong Kong by “some Western countries,” an apparent reference to the governments in Washington and London, a Chinese envoy has warned.
Police swoop as Hong Kong protesters try to flee
Hong Kong riot police swooped on protesters trying to flee a university they had set ablaze Monday, in one of the most violent confrontations seen in nearly six months of unrest.
Alibaba backs Hong Kong's 'bright' future with huge listing
Alibaba chief executive Daniel Zhang praised Hong Kong's "bright" future as the Chinese e-commerce giant prepares to list in the embattled financial hub.
Chinese troops join Hong Kong cleanup as protesters retreat
Chinese troops came out of the barracks in Hong Kong on Saturday — not to quell protests but to help clean up.
Hong Kong protesters in streets despite China’s warning
Hong Kong protesters defied a warning by China’s President Xi Jinping and again took to the city’s streets on Friday, as the political turmoil seeped out to London where a minister from the southern Chinese city was confronted by masked demonstrators.
Schools close as protesters occupy Hong Kong roads and campuses
Anti-government protesters paralyzed parts of Hong Kong for a fourth day on Thursday, forcing school closures and blocking highways and other transport links to disrupt the financial hub amid a marked escalation of violence.

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