Months of antigovernment protests and increasingly violent clashes with the police have upended daily life, with the potential to alter the city’s character.
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Danish university chief tells its 36 students to return home after dormitories set on fireDozens of foreign students have been urged to leave Hong Kong after another night of violence, with the battleground shifting to university campuses.Several ...
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For the third day in a row, protesters caused major train service disruptions Wednesday, blocked streets and rallied in the central business district. They hunkered down for expected clashes with police at university campuses.
A movement that began peacefully six months ago has descended into chaos.
Universities become latest battleground after months of protests that have brought the city to a standstillHong Kong was paralysed on Wednesday morning, with much of the city’s public transport suspended and all universities closed following sharp...
Three teachers were also injured in the attack, in which a man entered a kindergarten in Yunnan Province and sprayed a caustic chemical, the official state news agency said.
Sections on democracy and privacy appear to be missing in Chinese edition of Permanent RecordEdward Snowden, a former US National Security Agency contractor and whistleblower, has said that the Chinese version of his recently published autobiograp...
The clashes followed an especially violent day in Hong Kong’s five months of anti-government demonstrations, in which police shot one protester and a man was set on fire.
Protesters angry over the police shooting of a young demonstrator blocked roads, forced train delays and clashed with officers near universities.
Hong Kong is preparing for Nov. 24 district council elections that are seen as a measure of public sentiment toward the government.
A police officer shot a young protester, while a man arguing with protesters was set on fire. Both are fighting for their lives.
The Singles Day retail bonanza shows that the world still wants to come to China, at least when giant buckets of money are involved.
Protester is shot in chest as officer struggles with another demonstrator during unrestHong Kong police shot at least one protester on Monday during rush hour as anti-government demonstrators blocked roads and called for a day of strikes, followin...
The city of Ruzhou spent big, then used its health care workers to raise money, as local governments look for ways to keep the economy going.
We came looking for signs of government overspending. We left with a police escort. These days in China, the economy is a sensitive subject.
Hong Kong is in the sixth month of protests that began in June over a proposed extradition law and have expanded to include demands for greater democracy and other grievances.
His daughter, Huawei’s chief financial officer, is under arrest in Canada on U.S. charges she helped to violate sanctions against Iran.
A police statement said one of the lawmakers was charged Saturday. All of them will appear in court on Monday.
Police used a robot to detonate a suspected explosive device on a side street.
The offering, valued at $10 billion to $15 billion, could help restore confidence after protests shook the territory’s economy.
It would be the first time the Trump administration has agreed to remove any of the tariffs it has placed on $360 billion worth of Chinese goods.
Taylor Swift will be there. But tensions over trade and Hong Kong have made some U.S. retailers wary ahead of Singles Day.