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Hong Kong has been devoured by a ‘sea of black’ amid protests over extradition plans with China: How the intense blowback inspired a histo...

The extradition plan was tabled Saturday, and Chief Executive Carrie Lam issued an apology Sunday admitting "deficiencies" in government process.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam at at a news conference, June 15, 2019.

How protesters are hiding their identities during some of the largest demonstrations in Hong Kong’s history

INSIDER spoke to three human rights activists in Hong Kong who revealed the creative ways protesters are covering their tracks.

Activists are warning protesters in Hong Kong to avoid public hospitals because police might be camped out there waiting to make arrests

Messages have been circulating in private chat groups warning injured protesters not to consent to having medical information shared with police.
Protests have been raging in Hong Kong over a new extradition law.

Telegram suffered a huge cyberattack during the Hong Kong protests, and it’s blaming China

Telegram's founder, Pavel Durov, said the majority of the attacking IPs were based in China, and he pointed to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong’s extradition bill could plunge it into the US-China trade war

If the law is passed, the US could remove Hong Kong's special commercial status, potentially exposing it to tariffs on Chinese goods.

Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets as protesters rally in Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill that would give China more power over t...

Mass crowds gathered in front of the territory's Legislative Council on Wednesday ahead of a scheduled debate on the extradition bill.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets in Hong Kong to express their outrage against a bill that would allow residents to be tried in...

Critics of the bill argue Hong Kong residents would be subjected to unfair trials and worse legal protections in the mainland.
A young Chinese man holds up a sign that says "We no longer trust dirty public servants. We trust Mr. Democracy" during an occupation of Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 1989. The exact date on which this was taken is not known.

30 years after Tiananmen Square massacre, China is more authoritarian than ever but also more capitalist

The Tiananmen square massacre on June 4, 1989, shaped China as we know it today. In the three decades since, China traded freedom for economic growth.

Singapore is now the most expensive — and most competitive — city on earth

Singapore overtook the US and Hong Kong as the world's most competitive economy, according to IMD Business School's annual rankings.