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We asked two teen protesters why they continue to attend demonstrations, and how they feel about the current social situation.
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The negative consequences on the planet - flooding, rising sea levels, and a decrease in marine life, for example - will increase as temperatures do.
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The legislation would require annual checks to see if the city was sufficiently autonomous from Beijing.
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The Equal Opportunities Commission says specialised materials and teacher training are required to meet the needs of non-Chinese-speaking students.
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Lawyers against the ban argued that it gave Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yuet-ngor unrestricted powers to make laws.
Lau Yee-hang, currently ranked no. 4 in his division in Hong Kong, may not be a jedi, but he's made his dreams of dueling come true.
A cold front sweeping through central and southern China means temperatures will drop to 17 degrees.
Only students and staff with valid identification will be allowed to enter the premises.
Protesters also pledged to block public transport services in an attempt to divert police manpower.
A huge fire broke out on strategic footbridge while an armoured vehicle was hit by petrol bombs.
A government press release cites 'uncertain factors' as the main reason.
The sport is growing in popularity in the United States as teens use it to connect to their cultural heritage.
The programme is open to young people with disabilities and students from ethnic minorities, as well as those living with behavioural or learning difficulties.
A Hong Kong journalist was recently diagnosed with the skin condition, but what is it?

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