One of the countries which has been vocal in its criticism of Beijing both for not sharing information pertaining to the pandemic, and for the imposition of the national security law in Hong Kong is Britain.
While much of the world’s attention is trained on Covid-19’s spiraling death toll, China aims to end Hong Kong’s autonomy and clip the freedom it has enjoyed for the past 23 years, and which is meant to last for at least another 50.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, 2019, became a law, a week after the House and Senate passed it with veto-proof majorities, The Hill reported. US President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a bill in support of the…
Al Jazeera reported that House vote 417 to one for the “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act”, which the Senate has already passed on Tuesday. The US House of Representatives on Wednesday (local time) passed a pair of bills…
Hong Kong’s Chief executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said that the violent acts in the special administrative region these days have sent Hong Kong
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that his country will stay committed to the “one country, two systems” principle with regard to Hong Kong.
Several parts of Hong Kong’ commercial streets were set ablaze by the protesters here on Sunday as the pro-democracy protests turned violent in the city.
Hong Kong is set to tone down Chinese National Day celebrations to avoid potentially chaotic disruptions by anti-government protesters in the city.
Hong Kong: Protests takes a violent turn on 16th consecutive weekend
Protesters here on Sunday night vandalised a subway station, set fires and