The announcement comes after 12 pro-democracy candidates were disqualified from running in the election.
The offices of Public Opinion Research Institute were raided after it published a poll showing 60% of residents no longer believe Hong Kong is a free city.
Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Groups Are Disbanding Hours After Beijing Passed New National Security Law
Social media posts were erased, protest art was removed from buildings, and a pro-China lawmaker offered huge rewards to anyone willing to snitch on protesters who fled the city.
Maria Ressa is convicted of cyber libel charges, raising concerns of diminishing press freedoms and democratic rights in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte.
"Basic human rights, and freedom of speech will be stripped away. Everyone in Hong Kong rising up and protesting this bill is very important.”
“There is no future for us if our home is compromised. The fight for democracy and human rights is one both Hong Kong-ers and the world have to win.”
The gelato is made using roasted black peppercorns to imitate the experience of being sprayed in the face with a chemical weapon.
Illinois, Ohio, Florida, and Arizona are begging poll workers to show up so they can pull off Tuesday's primaries.
Former defense contractor Mohamed Ali almost toppled the Egyptian government by posting viral videos about corruption. Now, he has a plan to finish the job.
“We don’t fact-check political ads... we think people should be able to say for themselves what politicians are saying.”
The info war against the Census is heating up — and we'll have to live with the results for the next decade.
The Senate Intelligence Committee said the campaign ramped up after 2016 and largely targeted African Americans.