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Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters after China warning

The tech giant's pulling of HKmap.live was blasted as bowing to China

Strife-torn Hong Kong braces for China anniversary violence

The protest-wracked financial hub witnessed its fiercest political violence in weeks as riot police spent hours in running battles with protesters

‘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

Clashes after peaceful crowd takes Hong Kong message to US consulate

Hong Kong is a major international business hub thanks to freedoms unheard of on the mainland under a 50-year deal signed between China and Britain

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

Ai Weiwei fears ‘Tiananmen’ crackdown in Hong Kong

Although most analysts consider a full-blown crackdown unlikely, fears of worse to come have hovered over Hong Kong

How China could solve its Hong Kong problem

The way university management handled the #FeesMustFall demonstrations offers some lessons for the Beijing administration

From silence to ‘terrorism’: Beijing’s evolving rhetoric on Hong Kong

As tensions between demonstrators and Hong Kong authorities intensify so has the messaging from the central Chinese government

‘An eye for an eye’: Sea of black at Hong Kong airport protest

Passengers arriving at Hong Kong airport are greeted by black-clad pro-democracy activists chanting "fight with Hong Kong, fight for freedom!"

Hong Kong’s summer of rage now a war of attrition

What began as a mass display of focused opposition to a planned extradition bill has evolved into something deeper, wider and far angrier.

Lam says Hong Kong is on the brink as protesters unleash travel chaos

More than 100 flights at the city's airport — one of the world's busiest — were also listed as cancelled on Monday morning

‘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

Three lessons from the Hong Kong protests

If China’s leaders cannot endorse a genuine election of the chief executive, they should at least revert to their plan of holding a popular vote

Protesters ransack Hong Kong parliament on China handover anniversary

Thousands of democracy activists staged a peaceful march in Hong Kong on Monday afternoon, calling for the city's pro-Beijing leader to step down.

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