U.S. passing Hong Kong human rights and democracy act will 'punish the wrong people,' says ex-Trump envoy  POLITICOView full coverage on Google News

U.S. passing Hong Kong human rights and democracy act will ‘punish the wrong people,’ says ex-Trump envoy - POLITICO

Hong Kong protesters prepared for demonstrations around the city on Thursday as shopping malls said they would close early to avoid becoming targets and the city's metro, which has borne the brunt of the violent unrest, will close three hours early.Hong Kong protesters prepared for demonstrations around the city on Thursday as ...

Hong Kong shopping malls, metro close early as more protests planned - Reuters

The territory's leader defended the decision, days after a policeman shot a pro-democracy protester.The territory's leader defended the decision, days after a policeman shot a pro-democracy protester.

Hong Kong: Anger as face masks banned after months of protests - BBC News

The protests began early Sunday afternoon in the Causeway Bay shopping district and quickly turned violent, as demonstrators smashed the windows of a subway station in nearby Wan Chai and threw flaming bottles into it.The protests began early Sunday afternoon in the Causeway Bay shopping district and quickly turned violent, as demonstrators smashed the windows of a subway station in nearby Wan Chai and threw flaming bottles into it.

Major clashes erupt in Hong Kong before China’s National Day | World News, The Indian Express

“Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts"

“Just saw a Hong Kong protest flag in our street here in London. What did you do for Chinese freedom today? https://t.co/VhfZOZxDWx”

Edward Lucas on Twitter: "Just saw a Hong Kong protest flag in our street here in London. What did you do for Chinese freedom today? https://t.co/VhfZOZxDWx"

“#Wizards coach Scott Brooks was asked about the several protests that occurred during the game against a team from the Chinese Basketball Association. At least a dozen times people shouted pro-Hong Kong messages. Here are the complete questions and Brooks’ responses in full.”

Candace Buckner on Twitter: "#Wizards coach Scott Brooks was asked about the several protests that occurred during the game against a team from the Chinese Basketball Association. At least a dozen times people shouted pro-Hong Kong messages. Here are the complete questions and Brooks’ responses in full.… https://t.co/6DcVoeqRnj"

“Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters after China warning - via @rapplerdotcom https://t.co/mtb9lDywfE”

Maria Ressa on Twitter: "Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters after China warning - via @rapplerdotcom https://t.co/mtb9lDywfE… "

» Are we slipping into a dictatorship through emergency laws? On the pulseA reporter once asked our chief executive if she could sleep at night after causing Hong Kong’s worst-ever political crisis with her extradition bill. She didn’t answer. I wonder if she had a restful night last Friday when her use of emergency powers to ban facemasks sparked violent city-wide protests. I certainly didn't sleep well…

Are we slipping into a dictatorship through emergency laws?

NSA Director Gen. Paul Nakasone issued a rebuke Wednesday of China' recent efforts to spread disinformation online about protests in Hong Kong.NSA Director Gen. Paul Nakasone issued a rebuke Wednesday of China' recent efforts to spread disinformation online about protests in Hong Kong.

NSA director rebukes Beijing for 'weaponizing' disinformation in Hong Kong protests - CyberScoop

With ongoing protests in Hong Kong, the luxury segment, one of the world’s most developed and reliable markets, is bracing for a grim Golden Week.With ongoing protests in Hong Kong, the luxury segment, one of the world’s most developed and reliable markets, is bracing for a grim Golden Week.

Luxury Brands Face a Grim Golden Week in Hong Kong | Jing Daily

Hong Kong protesters prepared for demonstrations around the city on Thursday as shopping malls said they would close early to avoid becoming targets and the city's metro, which has borne the brunt of the violent unrest, will close three hours early. Hong Kong is one of the world's top shoppingHong Kong protesters prepared for demonstrations around the city on Thursday as shopping malls said they would close early to avoid becoming targets and the city's metro, which has borne the brunt of the violent unrest, will close three hours early. Hong Kong is one of the world's top shopping

Hong Kong shopping malls, metro close early as more protests planned

HONG KONG -- A man in his 50s could not erase the fear on his face. One of his two sons has been taking part daily in the anti-government protests thaProtesters crush extradition bill but end up with much tougher emergency law

Martial law lite: Hong Kong has echoes of pre-Tiananmen days - Nikkei Asian Review

Having your private information leaked for political reasons may become the new normalHaving your private information leaked for political reasons may become the new normal

By Luke de Pulford The 70th anniversary of Chinese Communism passed with all the militarised bravado anticipated. How tragically appropriate that the event will be remembered not for China’s muscle-fle, but for the shooting in the chest of a Hong Kong protester at point-blank range. This is just the latest betrayal of millions of Chinese who […]

The collapse of democracy in Hong Kong is the story of a very British betrayal | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

A pistol and a magazine with four rounds of ammunition were found in a car parked on a Hong Kong street on Wednesday, prompting police to launch an investigation.The handgun was discovered along with other weapons – an axe, four knives and a metal rod – in a rucksack inside the vehicle in Deep Bay RoadA pistol and a magazine with four rounds of ammunition were found in a car parked on a Hong Kong street on Wednesday, prompting police to launch an investigation.The handgun was discovered along with other weapons – an axe, four knives and a metal rod – in a rucksack inside the vehicle in Deep Bay Road

Hong Kong police launch probe after finding pistol and live ammunition in a car parked on street

Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.Carrie Lam should be replaced by Chinese official

Carrie Lam should be replaced by Chinese official – The Independent News

Carrie Lam and other Hong Kong officials should acknowledge that public confidence in the police and the government are plummeting, and agree to an independent investigation into the force’s handling of the protestsCarrie Lam and other Hong Kong officials should acknowledge that public confidence in the police and the government are plummeting, and agree to an independent investigation into the force’s handling of the protests

Opinion: There’s a way to fix the Hong Kong crisis - The Globe and Mail

HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong's metro rail system will shut early again on Thursday (Oct 10) to allow time to repair damaged facilities, its operator said as the city braced for more anti-government demonstrations after a string of violent protests in the Asian financial hub.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong's metro rail system will shut early again on Thursday (Oct 10) to allow time to repair damaged facilities, its operator said as the city braced for

Hong Kong MTR to close early as more protests planned, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Hong Kong demonstrators expected to show support for Taiwan on its National Day; city’s rail service still not back to normal after being damaged during weekend protests.Hong Kong demonstrators expected to show support for Taiwan on its National Day; city’s rail service still not back to normal after being damaged during weekend protests.

More Anti-China Protests Planned in Hong Kong; Rail Service Still Limited

Hong Kong's MTR system will shut early again on Thursday (Oct 10) to allow time to repair damaged facilities, its operator said as the city braced ...Hong Kong's MTR system will shut early again on Thursday (Oct 10) to allow time to repair damaged facilities, its operator said as the city braced ...

Hong Kong shopping malls, MTR close early as more protests planned - CNA