Hong Kong leader says extradition bill 'dead', students not satisfied
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday the extradition bill that sparked the city's biggest political crisis in decades was dead and the government's work on the bill a "total failure".
Activists across the globe held demonstrations on Saturday, August 17, to support pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong who have continued to call for democratic reform within their region, local media..
People in Hong Kong continued months of ongoing pro-democracy protests with a series of marches and rallies on Saturday, August 17, the South China Morning Post reported. Teachers marched through the..
Pro-China protesters gathered near the Central Government Complex in Hong Kong on Friday, August 16, as seen in these videos, captured from a nearby high-rise building. The protesters, numbering in the..
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said that the violent acts by protesters, paralysing the city's airport the day before, pushed the region to a... Mid-Day Also reported by •Reuters India •DNA •Sify •IndiaTimes
*Hong Kong:* Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam warned Friday that two months of pro-democracy demonstrations were causing economic chaos in the city but ruled out... Mid-Day Also reported by •Reuters India
Hong Kong, Aug 17 (IANS) Thousands of teachers took to the streets of Hong Kong on Saturday despite heavy rain in a show of solidarity with young protesters, as... Sify Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBC.ca