People urged to oppose violence

Secretary for Security John Lee has called on members of the public to speak out against violence.   Speaking to reporters after attending radio programmes today, Mr...

Police condemn road blockages

Police today strongly condemned the protesters who have been blocking roads at multiple locations across the city by setting up barricades with barriers and...

Masked rioters’ violence condemned

The Government has severely condemned masked rioters for their violent acts which totally disregard law and order.   It noted members of the public participated in...

Police condemn violent protests

Police today condemned rioters after massive violent protests broke out in Hong Kong on October 6.   The force in a statement noted that a large...

Customs rejects online rumour

Customs today rejected a claim that there is a list of vehicles exempted from customs clearance at boundary control points.   The department made the clarification...

Police condemn destructive acts

Police have severely condemned masked rioters who repeatedly committed destructive acts and blocked roads across Hong Kong yesterday.   In a statement today, the force said a large...

Cautious approach to emergency law

(To watch the video with sign language interpretation, click here.)   The Government will make a careful assessment before invoking the Emergency Regulations Ordinance (ERO) again.   Chief...

Amber alert on Germany removed

The Amber Outbound Travel Alert for Germany was removed today, the Government announced.        The Government said it regularly reviews the situation of the countries covered...

Handling of applications explained

Four magistrates are put on a two-week duty roster for the handling of urgent applications, including those for search warrants outside office hours on...

Police urge public support

Police today urged members of the public and professional entities to join hands with the force to stop the violence in society.   Police New Territories...

Protesters’ violence condemned

The Government has strongly condemned the illegal acts conducted by violent protesters in various districts since last night, saying Police will take resolute action...

Shooting case explained

Police Deputy Commissioner (Operations) Tang Ping-keung said the action taken by a police officer in Tsuen Wan on Tuesday was lawful and reasonable.   Mr Tang...

Disciplinary forces back Gov’t

The five disciplinary forces have pledged their full support to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and Police to stop violence and curb disorder.   The...

Police condemn violence

Police today severely condemned massive violent protests which broke out across Hong Kong on October 1.   From 1pm yesterday, a large number of protesters participated in unlawful...

Gov’t decries extreme, violent acts

The Government today strongly condemned rioters for their extreme and violent acts on October 1.   In a statement, it said there had been online orchestration...

51 arrested in weapons seizure

Police arrested 51 people and seized a large number of offensive weapons suspected to be related to the recent protests in a two-day operation.   Officers...

Stamp out violence now: Police

Police are deeply concerned about public safety in Hong Kong as recent actions taken by protesters are bordering on terrorism, Police Public Relations Branch...

National Day public safety alert

Police today alerted the public to possible extreme violence acts by protesters on National Day.   Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung made the warning at...

Police explain rally objection

Police today explained why it issued a letter of objection for a public order event proposed to be held tomorrow on Hong Kong Island.   Addressing...

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