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More than 8,000 petrol bombs primed for Hong Kong streets ‘found in weapons factory at Chinese University’
Carrie Lam said it was shocking a university campus had hosted a production line for the weapons.
Singapore investor first to bear the brunt of Hong Kong’s radical protests with dents on Temasek investments
About 10% of Temasek’s S$313 billion of assets is denominated in Hong Kong dollar, the third largest by currency exposure.
Hong Kong protests: university campus stand-off between radicals and riot squad shows no sign of ending as thousands hit streets in bid to relieve pol...
A mother burst into tears as she searched a hospital looking for her son, whose friends said was seriously injured after taking part in the conflict at PolyU. The hospital had no record of his admission.
11 social media posts that show Hong Kong descending into more chaos as police lay siege to university campus
The stand-off went past the 24-hour mark, with no resolution in sight.
Elderly man clings to life after being hit in head by brick thrown by Hong Kong protesters during clash with residents
The 70-year-old was clearing bricks left by protesters on a street outside the MTR station when a clash between residents and protesters broke out.
Carrie Lam went live on Facebook to answer questions – and people reacted with 9,000 ‘angry-face’ emojis
She questioned ‘puzzling’ calls for the police force's disbandment, since protesters would still have to seek its help in times of trouble.
China accuses US of ‘political plot’ to thwart its development after House okays Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act
The legislation paves the way for sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for actions to undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy.
Hong Kong protests: Unarmed man seriously hurt after anti-government demonstrators attack him while others clapped
The man is seen kneeling down in surrender. But his attackers continue raining blows, cheered on by others who clap their hands.
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