Hong Kong

A member of local forum LIHKG proved that a photo purporting to be of an injured officer's hand was in fact from a 2015 Taiwanese news story.
City's leader also says ‘illegal and violent acts on June 12’ will be dealt with ‘impartially and fairly'.
Those campaigning against the fugitive bill want embassies to raise the issue with China at this weekend's international forum in Osaka, Japan.
A group set up a crowdfunding campaign to buy adverts on newspapers including the New York Times ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's meeting with US President Donald Trump.
Edwin Kwok is alleged to have given police close-up photos of anti-extradition-bill protesters, risking losing citizens' trust in journalists.
'Do You Hear the People Sing' has also been removed from the popular mainland streaming app.
Fresh from his release from prison, the key leader of 2014’s Umbrella Movement is ready to throw support behind the anti-ELAB protesters.
DAB District Councillor Elaine Chik Kit-ling used localist group Youngspriation member Regine Yau Wai-ching’s portrait as her avatar, but states she was not pretending to be a localist.
Some popular pastries including Portuguese egg tarts and curry puffs are loaded with trans fats which could cause coronary heart disease and destroy good cholesterol.
Legal advice from the Progressive Lawyers Group and Civil Human Rights Front.
Victims cannot complain about poor treatment because the officers did not have their numbers displayed on their uniforms.