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Pro-democracy group urged the public not to retaliate with acts of violence and asked the police to grant a letter of no objection for their mass rally.
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Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College students and alumni held a peaceful demonstration in support of Tsang Chi-kin.
Doctors say the teenager will survive after being injured during anti-government demonstrations, in a day of tear gas and petrol bombs.
Teen fights for his life, as trouble spills across Hong Kong on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic.
Composer says his creation may have been taken down by accident because of a complaint he made against pirated versions.
Anyone taking part in the protests has been advised to tuck in their shirt and trousers, as a way to expose undercover police officers.
Shopping malls close and police deploy 6,000 officers as October 1 is expected to be a 'milestone' in the anti-government movement.
As people take time off school and work on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the PRC, hot weather and wind expected to blanket the city.
Ahead of the PRC's 70th anniversary, planned activities include a class boycott at Chater Garden and a human chain in Wong Tai Sin.
Chan Tong-kai is currently serving time for money-laundering charges and is wanted for in Taiwan for the death of his pregnant girlfriend.
More than 100 people were arrested and 25 injured in a day of bonfires, petrol bombs and tear gas.