Hong Kong court finds five guilty over 2019 attack on pro-democracy protesters at train station

A Hong Kong court on Friday found five men guilty of a 2019 attack on pro-democracy protesters, reporters and bystanders at a train station at the height of anti-government protests. The July 21 attack in the northern Yuen Long district by more than 100 people wearing white T-shirts wielding sticks and poles were some of… Read More Hong Kong court finds five guilty over 2019 attack on pro-democracy protesters at train station

Hong Kong police arrest dozens of pro-democratic activists over alleged breach of national security law

Hong Kong police arrested dozens of democracy activists on Wednesday on suspicion of violating a new security law by planning to “paralyse” and “overthrow” the city government, Secretary for Security John Lee said. The arrests represent the biggest crackdown on the opposition camp since Beijing imposed the law security law in the former British colony… Read More Hong Kong police arrest dozens of pro-democratic activists over alleged breach of national security law

Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy lawmakers over 2019 protests

Hong Kong police arrested two opposition lawmakers on Wednesday over anti-government protests in July last year, one of whom was suspected of rioting during an incident in which he was attacked by a mob. Police said Democratic Party lawmakers Lam Cheuk-ting and Ted Hui were among 16 people arrested. Lam was arrested on suspicion of… Read More Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy lawmakers over 2019 protests