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  1. Beijing imposed the national security law on restless Hong Kong after months of pro-democracy

    Hong Kong police raid pollster ahead of opposition vote

    Hong Kong police on Friday seized computers at the office of a prominent opinion pollster that was helping the city's pro-democracy opposition to ...
  2. A student wears surgical mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong

    New Hong Kong coronavirus cases stay high for 3rd day

    Hong Kong reported 38 new coronavirus cases on Friday, edging down from Thursday's 42 but broadly in line with a sharp increase that the city has ...
  3. Floral wreaths were left near the funeral venue

    Hong Kong leaders, tycoons bid farewell to gaming magnate Stanley Ho

    Hong Kong politicians, tycoons and celebrities joined grieving relatives Friday at the funeral of Stanley Ho, the flamboyant gaming magnate who ...
  4. Illustration photo of a Hong Kong dollar note

    Explainer: Dollar peg is critical to Hong Kong amid US threats, China worries

    China's national security law for Hong Kong and moves by the United States to begin withdrawing privileges enjoyed by the city under U.S. law have ...
  5. Hong Kong policeman, who asked to be identified as Ling, was struck by corrosive liquid on October 1

    No regrets: Wounded Hong Kong police vow to keep enforcing law

    Nine months ago he was burned by corrosive liquid hurled during anti-government protests, but Hong Kong police officer Ling says he has no regrets ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Picture of Canadian and Chinese flags taken prior to the meeting with Canada's Pri

    Canada not looking to impose China sanctions for now, seeks to avoid escalation: Source

    Canada is not considering immediate sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong and does not want to escalate a dispute between the ...