Soldiers from the People’s Liberation Army were deployed on the streets of Hong Kong over the weekend for the first time in five months of increasingly rancorous protests. The troops were unarmed, dressed in plain clothes, and assigned primarily to clean up debris and roadblocks created by protesters. Chinese officials and state-run media insisted the deployment was welcomed by the people of Hong Kong and Western media reports to the contrary were hysterical over-reactions.
The odds of success in Hong Kong are even better than they were in Poland decades ago, says the former Solidarity leader.
Hundreds of older activists have joined young protesters for a unity rally at a Hong Kong park, vowing that their months-long movement will not fade away.
U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, meant to protect the city's autonomy from China.
Chinese citizens are rushing to donate money to the families of two Hong Kong men attacked during the city’s ongoing political unrest.
HONG KONG (AP) — A major tunnel in Hong Kong has reopened as a weeklong police siege of a nearby university appears to be winding down, closing one of the more violent chapters in the city’s
There has been only muted reporting of elections which saw huge wins for the pro-democracy movement.
A Chinese spy believed to be the first operative from the country to blow his cover has revealed unprecedented details about how he says Beijing’s spies are infiltrating Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement.
Says he was shackled, hooded, beaten into submission
The British government has lashed out at China over its alleged torture of a former worker at the U.K.'s Hong Kong consulate.