The Chief Executive is under pressure from protesters to withdraw the extradition bill completely, with many calling on her to step down.
Hong Kong leader says sorry to citizens for the SAR government’s deficiencies over the new extradition law legislation.
As police switch tactics to cool tensions, Stephen Lo Wai-chung explained only those who had attacked officers with metal rods and bricks would be accused of rioting.
The HKJA has listed 27 cases of alleged violence or harassment against reporters and other members of the media, including three cases where were reporters were hit in the head by tear gas.
Follow our updates as Hongkongers, led by pro-democracy lawmaker Eddie Chu Hoi-dick, protest outside the Chief Executive's Office, call on city leader to speak with them.
The Secretary General of Demosisto called on Chief Executive Carrie Lam to resign and take responsibility for the aftermath of the extradition bill.
Follow our updates as Hong Kong prepares for another day of protests, strikes and demonstrations across the city.
With a protester dead and the controversial bill "withdrawn" Hongkongers take to the streets once more, then Carrie Lam #SorryNotSorry
Lam is ‘extremely worried’ and convinced he is at top of extradition list.
Sunday's march is still on