hong kong protests
The movement is on its heels thanks to COVID-19 and pressure from local and national authorities – a worldwide resurgence of protest politics may only complicate matters.
As restaurants in the city shut down left and right, the neighbourhood favourite is staying open.
Hong Kong's protesters are back, and the Beijing-backed government says their return only underscores the need for new treason and sedition laws.
No one wants to party with violent rallies and a deadly virus going around.
A student who provides medical care to injured protests is the second protest supporter to be arrested on the charge in Mainland China.
A police officer tore off a politician's goggles and sprayed him at close range — twice.
At least one protester was injured after police in riot gear responded to coordinated Christmas Eve protests with batons and teargas.
“Nobody here knows who they are. Nobody invited them.”
The last of the pro-democracy protesters who occupied Polytechnic University are gone. They left behind a lot of weapons.
Beijing vowed to retaliate after President Trump signed two bills that support Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
The election comes after protests that have seen police firing live rounds, a protester set on fire, and sieges.
Two pieces of legislation that passed the House yesterday are designed to protect Hong Kong's autonomy from China.