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New envoy hopes Hong Kong will ‘return to right path'
Beijing's new top envoy to Hong Kong said he hoped the protest ravaged city would "return to the right path" as he took up his post on Monday.
China changes head of Hong Kong liaison office
China replaced the head of its Hong Kong liaison office following more than six months of often-violent protests in the city.
Hong Kong steps up response to mystery disease
Hong Kong authorities activated a newly created "serious response" level Saturday as fears spread about a mysterious infectious disease that may have been brought back by visitors to a mainland Chinese city.
Hong Kong police arrest protesters in shopping mall
Hong Kong police arrested about a dozen protesters and used pepper spray on Saturday to break up a protest in a shopping mall aimed at disrupting retail businesses near the border with mainland China.
Hong Kong announces 336 arrests during Christmas protests
Hong Kong police arrested 336 people during the Christmas holiday as the city's protest movement continues to simmer, an official said Friday.
Hong Kong clashes continue in shopping centers, streets
Clashes resumed in Hong Kong between police and anti-government protesters, some of them donned Santa Claus hats, as more than six-month-long demonstrations look set to move into the New Year.
Hong Kong protesters clash with police at shopping malls
Rioters in Hong Kong have clashed with riot police in upscale malls in Hong Kong during a series of flashmob rallies.
Fresh clashes erupt as protests continue in Hong Kong
There is no end in sight to Hong Kong's anti-government rallies as thousands of protesters took to the streets on Tuesday and clashed with police.
Crime gangs prey on Hong Kong protests
The Hong Kong seller of luxury watches looked on in horror as masked men wielding the biggest sledgehammer he’d ever seen smashed through the door of a neighboring watch store, held a machete to the owner’s throat, scooped up hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of timepieces, and then scattered into the city’s maze of streets.
China won't let foreign forces meddle in HK, Macau: Xi
President Xi Jinping said on Friday China would not allow foreign forces to interfere with its special regions of Hong Kong and Macau, as he swore in a new pro-Beijing government for Macau.
Beijing backs Hong Kong leader despite election setback
China’s top leader backed Chief Executive Carrie Lam of Hong Kong on Monday despite the months-long protests that have rocked the city and the recent landslide defeat in local elections of political parties aligned with her.
Hong Kong mall protests flare with chief executive in Beijing
Small groups of protesters gathered in shopping malls across Hong Kong on Sunday amid brief scuffles with riot police as attention turned to an upcoming meeting between Hong Kong’s leader and China’s president.
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.

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