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Hundreds of anti-government protesters surround chief superintendent of Hong Kong police after anti-extradition bill march in Kowloon

Hundreds of anti-government protesters tried to confront chief superintendent of Hong Kong police Rupert Dover following a largely peaceful protest march in Kowloon on July 7, 2019. Protesters accused police of using excessive force to disperse crowds on several occasions during demonstrations against Hong Kong's now-suspended extradition bill.

7 Jul 2019 - 10:36PM

Hundreds of anti-government protesters tried to confront chief superintendent of Hong Kong police Rupert Dover following a largely peaceful protest march in Kowloon on July 7, 2019. Protesters accused police of using excessive force to disperse crowds on several occasions during demonstrations against Hong Kong's now-suspended extradition bill.

Hundreds of anti-government protesters surround chief superintendent of Hong Kong police after anti-extradition bill march in Kowloon
Opposing political camps clash at Hong Kong’s legislature over controversial extradition bill

Members of two opposing political camps clashed on Saturday morning at Hong Kong’s legislature over the control of a committee vetting the controversial extradition bill.

11 May 2019 - 1:48PM

Members of two opposing political camps clashed on Saturday morning at Hong Kong’s legislature over the control of a committee vetting the controversial extradition bill.

Opposing political camps clash at Hong Kong’s legislature over controversial extradition bill
Hong Kong land supply forum descends into chaos

Conflict broke out between security guards and protestors at the second public forum hosted by the Hong Kong government to explore land supply options.

7 Jul 2018 - 4:36PM

Conflict broke out between security guards and protestors at the second public forum hosted by the Hong Kong government to explore land supply options.

Hong Kong land supply forum descends into chaos
Hong Kong families share their views on budget speech

The Hong Kong budget for 2018-2019 proposes more than $50 billion in targeted tax reliefs, rate waivers and beefed-up allowances. Two Hong Kong families share their views on how the budget will affect them.
 

1 Mar 2018 - 2:21AM

The Hong Kong budget for 2018-2019 proposes more than $50 billion in targeted tax reliefs, rate waivers and beefed-up allowances. Two Hong Kong families share their views on how the budget will affect them.
 

Hong Kong families share their views on budget speech
Qingdao pipeline explosion death toll surges to 35