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China accuses US of ‘political plot’ to thwart its development after House okays Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

The legislation paves the way for sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for actions to undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy.

Hong Kong protests: Unarmed man seriously hurt after anti-government demonstrators attack him while others clapped

The man is seen kneeling down in surrender. But his attackers continue raining blows, cheered on by others who clap their hands.

After months of unrest, Carrie Lam has withdrawn the extradition bill

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 Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks to the media during her weekly press conference in Hong Kong on September 3, 2019.

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.

[PHOTOS] Police wallop people in train, protesters bash MTR stations: here’s a rundown of Hong Kong’s violent weekend

After a weekend of havoc, China has warned that "the end is coming for those attempting to disrupt Hong Kong and antagonise China".

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.

Chaos at Hong Kong’s Yuen Long MTR station as protesters confront police while marking one month since mob attack

Protesters gathered at MTR station demanding justice for victims of rampage by white-clad men on July 21.