20 Septembre 2021
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HongKong District Court has found five men guilty of rioting in the Yuen Long mob attack on July 21, 2019, while acquitting a sixth man of the charge. The five were also found guilty of other charges including wounding with intent & conspiracy to wounding with intent
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"500 Hong Kong police officers sifted through reporters' computers and notebooks at Apple Daily tabloid. 5 executives of the newspaper have been arrested and over 2 million dollars of the group have been frozen"
People are queuing up to buy pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily following a police raid of its headquarters3 mois il y a
People are queuing up to buy pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily following a police raid of its headquarters
Printing is underway. 500,000 copies of AppleDaily (18 June 2021) are being published right now. Publishing and reporting as normal, or as if the last time3 mois il y a
Printing is underway. 500,000 copies of AppleDaily (18 June 2021) are being published right now. Publishing and reporting as normal, or as if the last time
HKFP_Live: After the office raid and arrest of executives, Apple Daily has vowed to print half a million copies overnight.3 mois il y a
HKFP_Live: After the office raid and arrest of executives, Apple Daily has vowed to print half a million copies overnight.
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid3 mois il y a
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid
Wave of brief internet outages today hit websites and apps of dozens of financial institutions, airlines and other companies
HK police raid Apple Daily. 5 executives were taken away, including Editor-in-Chief Ryan Law and NextDigital CEO Cheung Kim-hung.  Officers were seen accessing journalists' computers, and all employees were barred from returning to their seats to work3 mois il y a
HK police raid Apple Daily. 5 executives were taken away, including Editor-in-Chief Ryan Law and NextDigital CEO Cheung Kim-hung. Officers were seen accessing journalists' computers, and all employees were barred from returning to their seats to work
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Hong Kong police launch murder-suicide probe after woman fatally attacked with a meat cleaver, husband found dead following suspected tower block fall
NATO Secretary General: China does not share our values and suppresses opposition in Hong Kong and the Uighur minority
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16/ Police ordered people to disperse, citing the Covid-19 gathering restrictions. They also pointed video cameras at those standing along the street
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Mourners light candles for #June4 despite police banHundreds of people on Friday defied a police ban on entering Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown before they were quickly told to leave
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1/ Police issued a statement shortly after 9pm: "At around 8pm on June 4, a large number of people congregated near Patterson Street and Kingston Street in Causeway Bay and Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok
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8/ Police raised yellow warning flags outside Victoria Park at about 8.20pm warning people that they may be in violation of the law
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A picture from my reporting at Victoria Park on the same day last year. Today police locked down the football pitches; one of the buildings on this pic is now National Security Bureau HQ
Dozens of activists and democrats charged with subversion under the national security law appear in court3 mois il y a
Dozens of activists and democrats charged with "subversion" under the national security law appear in court
China "continues to undermine the democratic institutions of Hong Kong," denying residents the rights that the PRC itself has guaranteed, says @SecBlinken in a statement
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Hong Kong police investigate suspected murder-suicide case after young man, woman found dead in Tung Chung flat
Hong Kong journalist injured in 'drive-by' baseball bat attack4 mois il y a
Hong Kong journalist injured in 'drive-by' baseball bat attack
Hong Kong leader attacks foreign media over coverage of 'so-called peaceful' protests4 mois il y a
Hong Kong leader attacks foreign media over coverage of 'so-called peaceful' protests
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German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas lashed out at Hungary for its "absolutely incomprehensible" decision to block an EU statement accusing Beijing of cracking down on democracy in Hong Kong
Two more Hong Kong democrats quit district councils while in custody pending security law trial4 mois il y a
Two more Hong Kong democrats quit district councils while in custody pending security law trial
Security law: Hong Kong police cordon off pro-democracy clothing store two days after opening4 mois il y a
Security law: Hong Kong police cordon off pro-democracy clothing store two days after opening
An @HKFP reader reports that artist Vladimir Grankovsky - known for his protest paintings - was surrounded by police and questioned by an officer in Mong Kok on Fri4 mois il y a
An @HKFP reader reports that artist Vladimir Grankovsky - known for his protest paintings - was surrounded by police and questioned by an officer in Mong Kok on Fri
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Hong Kong: le Parlement local vote une loi sur l'immigration qui restreint la liberté de mouvement
Hong Kong bus driver jailed for 4 years over crash that killed 6 in 20194 mois il y a
Hong Kong bus driver jailed for 4 years over crash that killed 6 in 2019
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Hong Kong bans Victoria Park's Tiananmen Massacre vigil again, citing Covid-19 restrictions
State media reporter arrested by Hong Kong police for 'improper record search' as global press groups slam journalist's conviction5 mois il y a
State media reporter arrested by Hong Kong police for 'improper record search' as global press groups slam journalist's conviction
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Hong Kong journalist convicted after using public records in documentary about police
International press freedom watchdog Reporters without Borders (RSF) has warned the Beijing-imposed national security law posed a grave threat to the city's journalists as it released its 2021 world press freedom index on Tuesday5 mois il y a
International press freedom watchdog Reporters without Borders (RSF) has warned the Beijing-imposed national security law posed a "grave threat" to the city's journalists as it released its 2021 world press freedom index on Tuesday
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