Activists in Hong Kong make pitch to extradition protesters: register to vote
Thursday, 20 June 2019 Campaigners in Hong Kong have registered thousands of new voters during mass protests against controversial extradition law reform, pouncing on an opportunity to bolster the democratic opposition's prospects in upcoming elections.
A day after an estimated 2 million protesters hit the streets in Hong Kong, democracy activist Joshua Wong walks free from prison and vows to join the movement. Protesters are demanding Carrie Lam, the city's Beijing-backed leader, scrap a controversial extradition bill and step down. Eve Johnson...
Groups of suspected pro-China assailants dressed in white and armed with batons attacked anti-government protesters on Sunday night in Hong Kong. The gangs stormed Yuen Long station, attacking members..
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Hong Kong police on Monday (July 22) defended their actions and the lack of arrests after opposition lawmakers said police had failed to protect a train full of anti-government protesters from a triad..
The firing of tear gas was the latest confrontation between police and protesters who have taken to the streets for almost two months to fight a proposed... CBS News Also reported by •The Age •Reuters •Deseret News •SBS •Deutsche Welle