Tiananmen Square Massacre News
June 4, 1989: Tiananmen Square massacre
The student-led demonstrations were violently suppressed after the Chinese government declared martial law.
Trump adds the Philippines' Duterte to list of authoritarian world leaders he's praised
President Donald Trump can add the name of another controversial, authoritarian leader to the list of so-called strongmen that he has praised: President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines . The compliment to the Philippines leader came from the White House on Saturday after Trump and Duterte spoke
Clinton on Trump: 'We Are Trying To Elect a President, Not a Dictator'
A vote for Donald Trump is a vote for a dictatorship. So said Hillary Clinton Friday night during a rally in San Bernadino, California. "We are trying to elect a president, not a dictator," the Democratic presidential candidate told supporters during a rally at Cal State San Bernadino. Clinton made
Xinjiang: Bob Woodruff's Journey Inside Alleged ISIS Breeding Ground
ABC News' Bob Woodruff travels to the mysterious and dangerous region of Xinjiang to get an up close look at the alleged breeding ground for ISIS.
Facebook Users Warn Mark Zuckerberg of Running in Beijing Without Face Mask
Mark Zuckerberg's morning run was on the rebellious side today in Beijing, when he ran through smog-filled Tiananmen Square without a face mask.
Main Hong Kong Protest Camp Dismantled by Police
After more than 10 weeks of protests, the main and largest protester camp in Hong Kong 's pro-democracy "Umbrella Movement" was systematically dismantled in a police operation today. What started in September with a passionate surge of support tens of thousands strong, initiated in part by police
Hong Kong Police Crack Down on Student Protesters
Demonstrators are beaten and arrested after surrounding government offices.
Tiananmen Square Survivor Reflects on 25 Years, Demands Freedom and Reform
Chai Ling was one of the most wanted students in China after she participated in demonstrations in Tiananmen Square 25 years ago. She had to be smuggled out of Beijing by crate to Hong Kong, but managed to escape and today is reflecting on the...
Crowds Gather in Hong Kong to Mark 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre
Tens of thousands gathered in central Hong Kong today to mark the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, even as mainland China tightened security to forestall protests. The student movement in 1989, which briefly stoked hopes of democratic reforms in the world’s most populous...