HONG KONG/TAIPEI (Reuters) -Hong Kong government's suspended on Tuesday operations at its representative office in Taiwan in a sign of escalating diplomatic tension between the global financial hub and the democratically ruled island that Beijing claims.
HONG KONG Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday the government was working on "fake news" legislation to tackle "misinformation, hatred and lies," as worries grow over media freedoms in the global financial hub. | Video
HONG KONG Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong was among four people who pleaded guilty on Friday of participating in an illegal assembly on June 4 last year to commemorate the 1989 crackdown on protesters in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square. | Video
HONG KONG Hong Kong's High Court on Saturday released on bail three more activists but remanded two in custody in a widely monitored case involving the most sweeping use yet of the city's national security law.
HONG KONG, March 4 A Hong Kong judge kept 47
pro-democracy activists in custody on Thursday after four days
of bail hearings in a case that has drawn global concern that
Beijing is using a national security law to crush dissent.
HONG KONG A Hong Kong court on Wednesday adjourned for a third day the bail hearing of 47 pro-democracy activists charged with conspiracy to commit subversion, a case that has exacerbated international concern over freedoms in the financial hub.
HONG KONG, March 3 Bail proceedings for 47 Hong
Kong democracy activists charged with conspiracy to commit
subversion enter the third day on Wednesday, following marathon
hearings that have gone on late into the night and led to some
defendants falling ill.
HONG KONG The Chinese University of Hong Kong has withdrawn recognition of its student union, saying criticism of the city's national security law by newly elected union leaders may have been illegal.
HONG KONG A Hong Kong judge on Monday found JPMorgan's former vice chairman of Asia investment banking, Catherine Leung, not guilty of bribery following her trial held late last year, saying she had followed the bank's existing procedures.
HONG KONG Hong Kong's pro-democracy opposition lawmakers said on Wednesday they would resign in protest against the dismissal of four of their colleagues from the city assembly after Beijing gave local authorities new powers to further curb dissent. | Video