25 September 2021
Hong Kong police arrested four members of a pro-democracy group that organizes the annual June 4 rally to commemorate those who died in the bloody 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, in the latest blow to the opposition movement
The "HK Pastors Network", announced that on 2-Sep that they will disband due to the dangers faced by HK's civil societies & labour unions. They also wish everyone who has stood up for for HK to continue to fight for the truth, deny falsehoods and never give up
11.11 CUHK Riot Case Fifth CUHK riot and masking crimes were convicted of "Operation Dawn" on November 11 the year before. Demonstrators dropped sundries on the Tolo Highway at CUHK Bridge No. 2 and confronted the police. The police fired multiple tear gas bombs at the campus to disperse them, and broke into the campus to arrest five students. Five CUHK students denied being tried for crimes such as rioting and masking, and they ruled in the District Court (borrowed from West Kowloon Court) today (3rd).
HKU lifts campus ban on 18 students, confirms others are barred over motion supporting attacker of policeman HongKong
Tonight marks the 2nd year after Prince Edward Station August 31st assaults. Police as usual guarding the station while seen in anti-stabbing vest in different makers HongKongProtests3 week ago
Tonight marks the 2nd year after Prince Edward Station August 31st assaults. Police as usual guarding the station while seen in anti-stabbing vest in different makers HongKongProtests
Democratic Party urges Hong Kong gov't to expand spending voucher scheme, double it to HK$10k
University of Hong Kong student leader granted bail pending national security 'terrorism' trial
There have been 64,900 applications for the UK's Hong Kong BN(O) route between 31st Jan and 30th June 2021. Source:4 week ago
There have been 64,900 applications for the UK's Hong Kong BN(O) route between 31st Jan and 30th June 2021. Source:
Hong Kong national security police demand info from Tiananmen Massacre vigil organiser
Police has alleged @hka8964 as foreign agent and asked the board to produce records, if any money dealings with US @NDI, NED, @MarkSimonHK, @chrlc, etc since 2014; lists of directors & staff since 1989 within 14 days. 32 years of record in 14 days
Prosecutors yesterday objected bail granted to 1 of 4 HKU students charged with advocating terrorism over a motion to "appreciate" a man who stabbed a police office before killing himself. The High Court will hear prosecutors' review this afternoon
Humanitarian fund helping arrested Hong Kong protesters will halt operations by October 31
Four student leaders from Hong Kong's top university were arrested on Wednesday for "advocating terrorism", police said
"At least 3 HKU students were arrested by national security police on Weds on suspicion of advocating terrorism. They attended a meeting last month at which a motion was passed mourning & "appreciating the sacrifice" of a man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself
1 month ago
Hong Kong police probe death of married couple after bodies discovered in Chai Wan flat
Hong Kong protests: unlawful assembly defendant acquitted after magistrate finds police officer's account 'impossible'
Hong Kong protests: ex-auxiliary police officer gets 7 weeks' jail for throwing water bottle at crowd
President Joe Biden said Hong Kong residents in the U.S. can remain in the country for as long as 18 months, citing Beijing's crackdown on political freedoms in the city
Embattled Hong Kong broadcaster RTHK deletes all Tweets, disables Twitter comments
Death toll rises to four as fires hit Turkey's Mediterranean and southern Aegean regions
First Hong Konger convicted of national security crime is jailed for nine years. Tong Ying-kit, 24, was convicted this week of terrorism for driving a motorbike into three police officers and secession for flying a protest flag during a rally
Hong Kong's Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday that he invoked the Companies Ordinance to appoint Clement Chan Kam-wing as an inspector to look into matters linked to embattled media group Next Digital. Photo: GovHK livestream screenshot
A Hong Kong court convicted a former waiter of terrorism and inciting secession on Tuesday in the first trial conducted under a national security law that was imposed by China to stamp out dissent
Activist Tong Ying-kit found guilty in Hong Kong's first national security trial
Hong Kong national security police bar reporter who filmed police stabbing from leaving city, home searched
Ousted Hong Kong legislator Dennis Kwok warns of 'risks' to int'l business from security law
In Pictures: Heavy police presence in Yuen Long as Hong Kong marks two years since mob attacks
National security police arrest 5 Hong Kong trade union members for 'conspiracy to publish seditious material' HongKong
Hong Kong protests: 2 students jailed for rioting over Chinese University clashes; 1 more handed prison term for violating mask ban
2 month ago
On 2nd anniversary of the 2019 Yuen Long attack, which HK police were accused of failing to prevent two years ago, officers detained two Apple Daily senior staff on bail while arresting former executive editor-in-chief
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