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More than 8,000 petrol bombs primed for Hong Kong streets ‘found in weapons factory at Chinese University’
Carrie Lam said it was shocking a university campus had hosted a production line for the weapons.
Carrie Lam went live on Facebook to answer questions – and people reacted with 9,000 ‘angry-face’ emojis
She questioned ‘puzzling’ calls for the police force's disbandment, since protesters would still have to seek its help in times of trouble.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she isn’t ruling out Chinese military intervention as the city’s violence appears unending
Lam said the government hopes to resolve the crisis itself but not would not rule of Beijing's involvement if the uprising "becomes so bad."
The development comes just as MTR Corporation revealed that it had suffered around HK$50 million in damages in just a few weeks.
Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, on Wednesday said she planned to withdraw the bill after meeting with pro-Beijing leaders.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam reportedly said she would quit if she could and had ‘very limited’ ability to contain protests
In leaked audio obtained by Reuters, Lam said she had "very limited" capacity to quell protests, which China views as a threat to national security.
Carrie Lam admits stalemate with Hong Kong protestors caused by government’s refusal to meet their demands
Carrie Lam says Hong Kong police have used minimal force against protesters.
Public increasingly backing radical Hong Kong protesters despite unease over violence, say academics, as Carrie Lam’s government faces even grea...
“The general public may not support the mob that stormed the legislature, but that does not mean they would support the Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor government’s handling of the issue.”
Hong Kong protesters stormed the streets and graffitied the city’s legislative building — here are shocking pictures of the takeover
Hong Kong protests turned violent on Monday as some protesters clashed with police at the city's legislative building.
Opponents of the bill fear the law could put them at the mercy of the mainland Chinese justice system which is plagued by torture, forced confessions and arbitrary detentions.