Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

17 January 2021
Hong Kong police arrest another man over Yuen Long MTR mob attack
China: "Jimmy Lai, founder of Apple Daily, accused of violating Hong Kong's national security law, is due to appear in district court this afternoon for a pre-trial review in four other cases related to the illegal assembly
Police requesting ⁦@appledaily_hk ⁩to surrender list of journalists involved in investigations of vehicles particulars for arrest like ⁦@Baochoy⁩ using Road and Traffic Ordinance. Editor in Chief: Nonsense, won't comply
Hong Kong schools and kindergartens suspend face-to-face classes until the Lunar New Year holiday
First working day in 2021, Ta Kung Pao is going all out on its opinion page publishing articles on 3 sizzling political topics in HK 1) (no) bail provision in #NSL 2) Local legislation for public officers to pledge allegiance 3) Political landscape and power struggles in 2021
Hong Kong District Councillor series: Security law soured gov't attitude towards democrats says Beatrice Chu
Covid-19: 3 estate buildings wrongly put under compulsory testing as Hong Kong sees 68 new infections
Hong Kong top court accepts gov't bid to challenge bail for media tycoon Jimmy Lai, remanded in custody
Reuters: Senior members of the clergy in Hong Kong told Reuters that Beijing is trying to extend its control over the diocese, in part by influencing the choice of the city's next bishop, a position that's been open since the last bishop's death two years ago
Prepare for intense cold surge on New Year's Eve, Hong Kong Observatory warns
Covid-19: Lock down domestic workers on their day off, says pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker
2 week ago
Covid-19: Compulsory testing after outbreak at Kowloon hospital ward, as Hong Kong sees 61 new cases & 2 deaths
Covid-19: Compulsory testing after outbreak at Kowloon hospital ward, as Hong Kong sees 61 new cases & 2 deaths
Ex-Hong Kong lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting arrested again over Yuen Long mob attacks
2 week ago
Former HongKong pro-democracy legislator Lam Cheuk-Ting was arrested by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, as he was accused of disclosing information about individuals who were investigated for the July 21 Yuen Long attack
70 new confirmed cases of COVID19 in Hong Kong
"We are concerned China will expand its aggressive stance into areas other than Hong Kong. I think one of the next targets, or what everyone is worried about, is Taiwan," Japan's State Minister of Defence Yasuhide Nakayama said
Hong Kong pro-democracy protests cancelled amid police deployment, at least 2 arrests
HongKong reported 71 new cases of Covid19 on Thursday, bringing the total to 8,425. Of the new cases, 10 had a travel history
Covid-19: Gov't barring Hongkongers returning from UK, despite earlier stance on returnees from China
Alibaba Group plunged more than eight percent in Hong Kong on Thursday after Chinese authorities said they had launched a probe into it for "suspected monopolistic practices". The firm's share price sank 8.13 percent to HK$228.20
[Recap] Hong Kong police 'rebuke' officer who showed reporter's ID card on live stream following privacy commissioner probe #HongKong
Two COVID19 cases in HongKong matched with those of the mutant strain found in Britain, according to the gene sequencing analysis of samples, said the local health authority on Wednesday. The city has halted flights from the UK from Tuesday onwards
Hong Kong police 'rebuke' officer who showed reporter's ID card on live stream following privacy commissioner probe #HongKong
Democrat Lam Cheuk-ting banned from leaving Hong Kong while on bail as prosecution cites Ted Hui case
Hong Kong teen protester shot by police goes into exile, activist group says
The HongKong gov't has condemned rumours circulating online about Covid19 social distancing measures. A spokesperson said they are "absolutely unfounded and that the content of the concerned online post is totally fabricated
US blacklists Hong Kong's Gov't Flying Service, citing human rights abuses and national security concerns
US Senator Ted Cruz blocks swift passage of law granting special refugee status to Hongkongers; mixed reaction from activists
Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan said Hong Kong has not imposed such stringent measures before, but the measure was necessary to prevent the spread of the mutant coronavirus in the city
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