Violent COVID protests in Guangzhou as Chinese authorities call for crackdown on 'hostile forces'
Wednesday, 30 November 2022 Crowds in Guangzhou have clashed with white hazmat-suited riot police, footage on social media shows, as the biggest anti-government protests in decades continue over China's stringent zero-COVID policies.
People in the Chinese manufacturing hub of Guangzhou clashed with white hazmat-suited riot police on Tuesday night, videos on social media showed, as frustration with stringent COVID-19 rules boiled over. Flora Bradley-Watson reports.
Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youth to inherit China-Hungary friendship; US Republicans oust Ilhan Omar from key House committee over remarks on Israel; Hong Kong to distribute 5 lakh free air tickets to attract tourists after Covid curbs; Vladimir Putin evokes Stalingrad to justify the invasion of Ukraine.
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According to the latest reports, Hong Kong is ready to welcome the world back after a lull of more than three years over tough Covid curbs. As per reports, on Thursday, Hong Kong leader John Lee unveiled a promotion campaign that will include 5,00,000 free flights to lure visitors, businesses and investors back to the financial hub.
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