Hong Kong Protests News
Human rights repression in China seen worsening under Xi
Human rights repression in China seen deteriorating under leader Xi Jinping to become worst since the bloody crackdown on the 1989 pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square
Defiant Hong Kong soccer fans boo China anthem at match
Hong Kong soccer fans have loudly booed China's national anthem at a match in the Chinese-controlled city
June 30, 1997: The British flag is lowered in Hong Kong
The ceremony marked the start of the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong from Britain to China.
Hong Kong 'Fish Ball Revolution' Erupts in Violent Crackdown
Violent clashes erupted overnight in Hong Kong after protesters defended unlicensed food vendors, set up for Chinese New Year celebrations, from being shut down by police. The night market has become popular over the years, with officials usually turning a blind eye. But police decided to issue
Day In Pictures 12.10.14
CIA Director Remarks On Torture Report, Hong Kong Protests Dismantled, Golden Globe Nominations Announced
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
Day In Pictures 12.1.14
Violent Hong Kong Protests, Amazon Workers Crazed By Cyber Monday, World Aids Day
Hong Kong Police Crack Down on Student Protesters
Demonstrators are beaten and arrested after surrounding government offices.
Day In Pictures 10.28.14
Lava Forces Hawaiian Evacuations, ISIS Target Attacked, One Month of Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Movement'
Day In Pictures 10.23.14
Canadian Parliament Back in Session, Hong Kong Protesters Barricade Streets, Hindus Celebrate Diwali.