Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

22 September 2020
38 minute ago
Hong Kong protests: murder suspect at centre of extradition bill crisis 'still committed to Taiwan surrender', Carrie Lam says
Police plans to scale down definition of "media representatives" under its protocol. Under the new definition, police will only acknowledge media that's either registered with the govt, or "internationally recognized and renowned" foreign media
Hong Kong gov't orders film distributor to include official warnings in documentaries about protests
Families urge Hong Kong police to disclose details about loved ones detained in China
HK's security minister John Lee said in an exclusive intv with TVB the 12 HKers detained in Shenzhen had each chosen 2 lawyers from a list provided by the local authorities.   Lee said HK gov has no right to visit the 12 and urged HK ppl to respect mainland's laws and rules3 day ago
HK's security minister John Lee said in an exclusive intv with TVB the 12 HKers detained in Shenzhen had "each chosen 2 lawyers from a list provided by the local authorities". Lee said HK gov has no right to visit the 12 and urged HK ppl to respect mainland's laws and rules
Hong Kong protests: court rejects teen's bid for rail station's CCTV footage to bolster personal injury lawsuit against police
Pro-democracy activist Sunny Cheung confirms that he fled Hong Kong, says his family and partner were harassed
Liberal Party leader Felix Chung says the Lantau Tomorrow project is not approved, then there will be a shortage of land in Hong Kong to build homes
Medical staff from the mainland to ramp up Hong Kong's testing capacity left the city on Wednesday morning
Hong Kong protests: TVB employee arrested on suspicion of inciting attacks on company during last year's unrest
The U.S. issued a sweeping new advisory warning against travel to mainland China and Hong Kong, citing the risk of "arbitrary detention" and "arbitrary enforcement of local laws
This area in Hennessy and Lockhart Roads always ends up flooding badly. Overspill from Southorn Playground already becoming a waterfall. Bars in the area have been known to get water several inches deep inside
In EU summit with China's Xi, @eucopresident says EU asked for independent observer mission for Xinjiang, release of Canadian hostages, also raised Hong Kong
China imposes restrictions on American diplomats in the name of "reciprocity"
Hong Kong police detain 15 over multimillion-dollar manipulation of Next Digital stock, after Jimmy Lai arrest
Bus Industry Union threatened to go on strike unless police to apologise to the arrested bus driver, who's earlier detained for honking horn at police and later found to have a spanner in his bag, and launch an inquiry into the matter
Hong Kong protests: teacher controversially remanded to psychiatric hospital gets nine weeks' jail for kicking officer
The Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights has said it is "very concerned about the reported arrest of some underage persons" on Sunday & about the treatment of a 12-year-old girl tackled by police.
Bus driver, while on duty, accused by HKPolice for possessing a spanner as an "offensive weapon". Drivers' Union quickly pointed out that they routinely use spanners to adjust rear-view mirrors.
Police - as of 9 pm -  have made 289 arrests in Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok, according to the force on Facebook2 week ago
Police - as of 9 pm - have made 289 arrests in Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok, according to the force on Facebook
Riot police deployed in force across Yau Tsim Mong on Sunday after banning a pro-democracy protest on what would have been the legislative election polling day.2 week ago
Riot police deployed in force across Yau Tsim Mong on Sunday after banning a pro-democracy protest on what would have been the legislative election polling day.
Riot police deployed pepperballs on Sai Yeung Choi Street South on Sunday after protesters threw debris at officers. Vid courtesy: HKUST Radio News Reporting Team.2 week ago
Riot police deployed pepperballs on Sai Yeung Choi Street South on Sunday after protesters threw debris at officers. Vid courtesy: HKUST Radio News Reporting Team.
Police said a bus driver was arrested during protest this afternoon for dangerous driving because his bus was once very close to officers who were discharging duties on the roadside.  But where are the officers standing in the photo the force showed2 week ago
Police said a bus driver was arrested during protest this afternoon for "dangerous driving" because his bus was "once very close to officers who were discharging duties on the roadside". But where are the officers standing in the photo the force showed
Journalists and citizens coughed and sneezed after police deployed the pepperball gun on Shantung Street in Mong Kok.  Police have raised the blue banner to warn against unlawful assembly2 week ago
Journalists and citizens coughed and sneezed after police deployed the pepperball gun on Shantung Street in Mong Kok. Police have raised the blue banner to warn against unlawful assembly
One man was arrested on suspicion of behaving in a disorderly manner in a public space, & another man was detained for alleged posession of a poison.  A woman was arrested on suspicion of violating the national security law, assaulting police & obstructing officers2 week ago
One man was arrested on suspicion of behaving in a disorderly manner in a public space, & another man was detained for alleged posession of a poison. A woman was arrested on suspicion of violating the national security law, assaulting police & obstructing officers
According to police on Facebook, as of 3.30 pm, at least 30 people have been arrested for allegedly taking part in an unlawful assembly in the Yau Tsim Mong district2 week ago
According to police on Facebook, as of 3.30 pm, at least 30 people have been arrested for allegedly taking part in an unlawful assembly in the Yau Tsim Mong district
Hong Kong police sets up roadblock by blocking several lanes of traffic at cross harbour tunnel, all to stop a call to rally by netizens
Today's the day HK's election was scheduled for before being postponed by at least a year, and a rally is due to kick off in Kowloon to protest the move.   Thousands of police are patrolling the area. My bus across the harbour was boarded by officers who searched everyone's bags2 week ago
Today's the day HK's election was scheduled for before being postponed by at least a year, and a rally is due to kick off in Kowloon to protest the move. Thousands of police are patrolling the area. My bus across the harbour was boarded by officers who searched everyone's bags
HongKongpolice's national security law people today arrested democracy activist TAM Tak-Chi, NOT using THE law but a charge of expressing inciteful words in street and online incl Facebook, prompting  CONTEMPT FOR THE GOVERNMENT   HongKong FreeSpeech zilch . Pic, AppleDaily2 week ago
#HongKongpolice's national security law people today arrested democracy activist TAM Tak-Chi, NOT using THE law but a charge of expressing "inciteful words" in street and online incl Facebook, prompting "CONTEMPT FOR THE GOVERNMENT" HongKong FreeSpeech zilch . Pic, AppleDaily
Police confirmed activist Tam Tak-chi is arrested under colonial-era law of uttering seditious words, for inciting hatred against Hong Kong Govt and among people themselves2 week ago
Police confirmed activist Tam Tak-chi is arrested under colonial-era law of uttering "seditious words", for inciting hatred against Hong Kong Govt and among people themselves
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