Hong Kong protestors daub China's liason office with eggs, graffiti; deadlock over extradition bill, Carrie Lam's resignation continues
Sunday, 21 July 2019 Masked protesters daubed the walls of China's office in Hong Kong with eggs and graffiti Sunday night following another massive rally, focusing anger towards the embodiment of Beijing's rule with no end in sight to the turmoil engulfing the finance hub
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters rallied peacefully in Hong Kong on Sunday, filling major thoroughfares under torrential downpours in the eleventh week of what..
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday the city's recovery from protests that have swept the Asian financial hub could take a long time and that she would... Reuters Also reported by •CTV News •DNA •euronews •NPR
In June millions marched peacefully through the streets of Hong Kong to protest an extradition deal with mainland China. Since then, things have deteriorated. The Age Also reported by •Newsmax •NPR •Newsy
China's Hong Kong Liaison office said on Wednesday that anti government protesters were no different to "terrorists", as U.S. President Donald Trump said Chinese... Reuters India Also reported by •IndiaTimes