‘It's the End of Hong Kong’: The National Security Law China Just Approved Is the Protest Movement's Worst Nightmare
The vote was expected, but it still sparked anger and despair in Hong Kong, where many fear it marks an end to the city’s freedoms.
Tear Gas, Petrol Bombs, and Javelins: How Protesters and Police Turned a Hong Kong University Into a War Zone
Protesters are trying to shut the whole city down with a general strike, and police are resorting to tear-gassing the crowded business district in the middle of the work day.
Activists say it's an attempt to intimidate protesters ahead of another weekend of demonstrations. They also say it won't work.
Protester Joshua Wong explains how hundreds of thousands of people are organised without central leadership.
Protestors say the police have increasingly turned to excessive force in recent weeks, at the same time that they’ve turned a blind eye toward violent actors, like the triads.
Dozens were hospitalized, including one police officer who had part of his finger bitten off.
Embattled chief executive Carrie Lam called the bill a "complete failure" and promised it won't be re-introduced. Protesters aren't buying it.
As the city marked the anniversary of its handover to Chinese rule, protesters smashed windows and clashed with riot police.
World leaders will gather for the G20 summit in Japan this week, and China has told them not to mention the massive protests in Hong Kong.
Thousands of police are on the streets and pavements have reportedly been glued down as authorities brace for protests during the rare visit by a senior Chinese official.