Scattered protests continue into the early hours

From Aberdeen to Yuen Long, protersters continued to block roads, build barricades and confront the police overnight on Thursday, as riot officers fired more...

ICC to tackle Rohingya abuses

The International Criminal Court on Thursday approved a full investigation into Myanmar's alleged crimes against the Rohingya, as the southeast Asian nation faced mounting...

Pride Parade brought to a standstill by police order

Police have downgraded Hong Kong's annual gay pride parade to a stationary rally, organisers said on Thursday, after police banned the traditionally boisterous and...

Emergency declared as floods put Venice in peril

Italy on Thursday declared a state of emergency for Venice after an exceptional tide surged through churches, shops and homes, causing millions of euros...

Students say Tolo Highway can reopen on Friday

Chinese University students say they will allow the reopening of the Tolo Highway from 6am on Friday morning, as long as the government presses...

Hong Kong Open: Kidambi Srikanth enters quarter-finals

Hong Kong, November 14 (ANI): Shuttler Kidambi Srikanth on Thursday progressed to the quarter-finals of the ongoing Hong Kong Open after registering a win...

Protests continue to hammer Hong Kong stocks

Hong Kong stocks dropped almost 1 percent on Thursday, extending the week's sell-off as the city reeled from another day of protests that badly...

Lawyer groups condemn attack on Shatin court

The Bar Association says it deplores an incident in which flower troughs outside the Shatin Law Courts Building were set alight on Wednesday night,...

Australian universities to combat foreign meddling

Australia announced measures to combat foreign interference at its universities on Thursday, setting new guidelines around the key areas of research collaboration, cybersecurity, and...

Batons seen in Sheung Shui attack not ours: police

Police said on Thursday that extendable batons used by a group of people who were caught on video attacking a man dressed in black,...

Citizens turn out to praise fire, ambulance workers

About 1,000 people gathered at Edinburgh Place in Central on Thursday night to express their support for Hong Kong's firefighters and paramedics for their...

‘Withdraw HK privileges if Beijing sends troops in’

An influential US Congressional commission has urged lawmakers there to pass legislation that would automatically withdraw trade privileges granted to Hong Kong if Beijing...

HK draw with Bahrain as protesters make a point

Hong Kong's footballers battled to a goalless draw with Bahrain to pick up only their second point of their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign,...

Xi says violence ‘tramples on rule of law’

Recent "violent illegal activities" in Hong Kong have "severely trampled on rule of law and social order" in the semi-autonomous city, China's President Xi...

Cleaner, 70, dies after being hit by brick

A 70-year-old cleaner has died a day after he was hit in the head by a brick during clashes between pro- and anti-government demonstrators...

Another Day of Chaos for Hong Kong Amid Relentless Citywide Protests

HONG KONG - Anti-government protesters paralyzed parts of Hong Kong for a fourth day Thursday, forcing school closures and blocking highways and other transportation...

SAA cancels most flights on Friday and Saturday

Ahead of a planned strike, SAA has scrapped all domestic, regional, and international flights on Friday November 15th and Saturday November 16th, with the...

Hong Kong’s Triads: A Reporter Looks Back

Some two decades ago I met a former magazine editor who had written something that displeased one of Hong Kong's notorious triad gangs.At the...

‘India’s unreciprocated ‘One China Policy’ needs to be reviewed’

Amsterdam , Nov 13 (ANI): A European think-tank has said that New Delhi must review its `One China Policy' after Beijing's remark on India...

Former Top Kuomintang Aide James Soong Joins Taiwan Presidential Race

Former top KMT official James Soong entered Taiwan's presidential race on Wednesday, representing the People First Party he founded in a move that could...

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