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Families of Chinese detained Hong Kongers receive letters, but doubtful about content

Hong Kong: Family members of 12 Hong Kongers, who were  detained by Chinese authorities while trying to flee the crackdown in their home city, have received letters recently narrating the safety of their closed ones.

Taiwan condemns arrest of pan-democratic Hong Kong district councilors

Taipei: Taiwan has condemned the arrest of two pan-democratic Hong Kong district councilors.

Five Eyes slams China over crackdown on Hong Kong legislators

The foreign ministers of the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom have issued a statement where they have expressed concern over China's increasing stance to reduce Hong Kong's autonomy.

Message sent to China: US House of Representative passes two resolutions on Hong Kong, Tibet

Washignton: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said the United States House of Representatives has passed two resolutions condemning China’s actions in Tibet and Hong Kong.

Australia, UK should stop interfering in China's internal affairs, says Wang Wenbin on Hong Kong issue

Beijing: China on Friday asked Australia and the UK to stop 'interfering' into the internal affairs of the country after the two nations condemned the disqualification of four pro-democracy lawmakers from the Hong Kong Legislative Council.

US slams China over passing “patriotism” resolution that disqualified Hong Kong lawmakers

Washington: The United States has strongly condemned the “patriotism” resolution passed by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee on Nov 11, which disqualified four members of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council for exercising their mandates as lawmakers. 

China gets four Hong Kong lawmakers disqualified, others resign en masse

Hong Kong/UNI: The Hong Kong government's decision to disqualify four opposition lawmakers on Wednesday led to a cascading effect, as 15 others from Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp in the legislature also tendered their resignation.

Yuen Long train station attack: Hong Kong Police arrest journalist, triggers condemnation

Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Police officials have arrested a reporter in connection with a programme about a mob attack at Yuen Long train station, media reports said.

Legco meeting chaos: Hong Kong lawmaker Ted Hui arrested

Hong Kong: Hong Kong's Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has been arrested over a chaotic Legislative Council meeting in May, unveiling yet another conflicting chapter in the history of the region, media reports said.

National Security Law: Mike Pompeo slams China over dealing with people of Hong Kong

Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday said the Chinese government 'lied' to people of Hong Kong by saying that they would  get 50 years to live in a different political system.

National Security Law: Mike Pompeo slams China over dealing with people of Hong Kong

Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday said the Chinese government 'lied' to people of Hong Kong by saying that they would  get 50 years to live in a different political system.

Hong Kong Conflict: China threatens to stop recognizing BN (O) passport

Beijing:  The Chinese government has threatened to stop recognising the BN (O) [British National (Overseas)] passports, marking the start of a new episode in the conflict between Hong Kong and Beijing.

Chinese Ambassador urges Canada not to grant asylum to Hong Kong protesters

Toronto/Sputnik: China’s Ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu urged Ottawa during a video conference not to grant asylum to Hong Kong protesters.

UNGA: 39 countries target China over its policy towards Hong Kong, Xinjiang

Geneva: As many as 39 nations have condemned China's policy towards people in Hong Kong and Xinjiang regions.

Human rights violations in China: Over 300 demonstrators protest in France

Paris: French capital city Paris witnessed protests recently as over  300 people, who belonged to several groups, gathered at the Trocadero Square near the Eiffel Tower and demonstrated against  human rights violations by China.