Hong Kong

Mass gathering is set to take place on private property at university campus, but participants could still be subject to anti-mask law.
People's Liberation Army barracks issue warning in Cantonese for the first time, as mainland Chinese-linked businesses are vandalised and fires started outside closed MTR stations.
The government says the measure has been brought in to protect public safety and to restore stability to the city.
Education Bureau sent info about new anti-mask law to all schools as Carrie Lam held press conference to introduce the legislation to the public.
The HK Schools Sports Federation announced that events will be rescheduled at a later date because of safety concerns
Chief Executive Carrie Lam is expected to announce the implementation of the new legislation this afternoon.
Other rallies against the proposed law took place in Sha Tin, Yuen Long, Kwun Tong and Tseung Kwan O
A children’s rights concern group condemned the force for acting in violation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Source says Carrie Lam's administration will convene a special Executive Council meeting on Friday to discuss legislation.
Tsang Chi-kin is recovering from emergency surgery in Queen Elizabeth Hospital and was not expected to appear in court.
The driver of the red minibus became trapped after the collision.