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‘Braves’ on the frontlines of Hong Kong’s protests

A culture has built up around Hong Kong's "braves" who are hailed by supporters as heroes and reviled by their opponents as nihilists

Money, muscle, media: how China has handled Hong Kong protests

Beijing has tried to contain the protests so far. Here are the tactics it has used

Hong Kong protesters walk tightrope between peace and violence

While millions have hit the streets in remarkable scenes of peaceful people power, protests have also sunk into violence

‘One country, two systems’: Hong Kong’s special status

Hong Kong was ceded to Britain in perpetuity by China in the mid-1800s. But following an agreement in 1997, it would be handed back to China

Exhausted Hong Kong protesters mull next move

Civil servants in Hong Kong are returning to work as demonstrators debate their next move in a pro-democracy campaign that had paralysed the city.

Beijing warns protests will push Hong Kong into ‘chaos’

The government has pledged its support for leader CY Leung, accusing pro-democracy protesters of "selfishly" disrupting social order.

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