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35th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre marked globally

A large section of people across the globe marked the  35th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre with several events organised in various parts of the world.

Hong Kong: Rushed adoption of new security law a ‘regressive step’, says UN rights chief

The accelerated adoption of a national security bill in Hong Kong represents “a regressive step” for human rights there, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Tuesday. 

Hong Kong authorities put bounties for several self-exiled activists, UK, US condemn

The US and the UK have condemned Hong Kong authorities for putting a bounty on several self-exiled activists.

US's PCAOB sanctions three China-based firms, imposes $7.9 million in total fines

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board of the USA has announced three settled disciplinary orders sanctioning three China-based firms and four individuals for violations of the U.S. securities laws and PCAOB rules and standards.

Hong Kong: Police arrested four Pakistani nationals for entering city unlawfully

Hong Kong Police have arrested four persons over suspicion of entering the city illegally on Monday, media reports said.

Hong Kong: Heavy rainfall flash flood paralyse city

Hong Kong and southern other Chinese cities are battling flood as the region received record-breaking rainfall, media reports said on Friday.

Pro-democracy campaigner Nathan Law fears for safety after Hong Kong police issues arrest warrants against eight overseas activists

A pro-democracy leader, who fled Hong Kong, has said his life became more dangerous as a bounty was offered for his arrest, media reports said.

Tiananmen Square massacre: Hong Kong Police detain 16 people on anniversary

Police in Hong Kong on Sunday detained 16  pro-democracy activists on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, media reports said.

Hong Kong: Two women stabbed to death at shopping mall

Hong Kong: At least two women were stabbed to death at a shopping mall in Hong Kong, media reports said on Saturday.

Hong Kong Police force now fails to attract new recruits

Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Police Service, which was once considered to be the finest in Asia, has taken a nosedive since the crackdown on mass anti-government protests in 2019.

Hong Kong demands probe as protest song 'Glory to Hong Kong' played instead of Chinese national anthem during sports event

Sarajevo: Pro-democracy protest song 'Glory to Hong Kong' was recently played during a sports event in Bosnia and Herzegovina, instead of China's official 'March of the Volunteers' anthem.

Hong Kong: Dismembered body of model found in fridge, police arrest her ex-husband and three others

Hong Kong: Hong Kong Police have arrested four people after the dismembered body of a model and social media influencer was found at a house in Hong Kong, media reports said on Sunday.

Fraud charge: Hong Kong pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai sentenced to 69 months in prison

Hong Kong: A Hong Kong court has sentenced media moghul Jimmy Lai to five years and nine months in prison for fraud, media reports said on Saturday.

Hong Kong protest song plays instead of Chinese anthem ahead of rugby clash, investigation ordered

Hong Kong: Hong Kong authorities have ordered a probe after a song associated with the city’s pro-democracy movement was played instead of the Chinese national anthem ahead of a rugby match between Hong Kong and South Korea, media reports said on Monday.

China defends Manchester consulate violence

Beijing/London: China's foreign ministry has defended an incident in which a Hong Kong protester was pulled into Chinese consulate grounds in the British city of Manchester and beaten up.