Hong Kong police

August 30, 2019

High-Profile Arrests, Protest Ban Mark New Phase in Attempt to Quell Hong Kong Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Hong Kong government doubles down on its current approach: clamping down on the protests and pro-democracy leaders.

August 21, 2019

2 Months on, Hong Kong Remains Defiant

By Adryel Talamantes
Hong Kong's protests show no signs of slowing down as the movement enters its 11th week.
August 15, 2019

Will Beijing Use Force to End the Hong Kong Protests?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Sending in the troops is not unthinkable, but China's government has many other options at its disposal.

August 15, 2019

Flights Restart at Hong Kong Airport as Protesters Apologize

By Vincent Thian and Yanan Wang
The occupation of the airport has mostly ended after a day marked by mob violence and altercations with passengers.

August 12, 2019

Hong Kong Airport Shuts Down Amid Pro-Democracy Protest

By Yanan Wang and Christopher Bodeen
A sit-in at the main terminal caused the cancellation of all flights, even while protests continued elsewhere in Hong Kong.

August 06, 2019

Protests, General Strike Bring Hong Kong to a Standstill

By Yanan Wang and Christopher Bodeen
Even as disruptions reached the work week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam vows to remain in office.
July 25, 2019

Hong Kong’s Protests Aren’t Just About the Extradition Bill Anymore

By Yuen Yung Sherry Chan
The protests are no longer driven by anxiety over a “revival” of the bill, but by other deep-seated issues.

June 21, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: How Did We Get Here?

By Florence Mok
The origins and development of mass protests against the extradition bill.

March 01, 2017

33,000 Hong Kong Police Gather to Support Convicted Officers

By Cal Wong
Current and former police gather to denounce the conviction of fellow officers for beating an unarmed protester.

February 28, 2017

Hong Kong Police Officers Sentenced to Jail for Beating Umbrella Movement Protester

By Cal Wong
That judgment comes over two years after a police brutality case that scandalized Hong Kong.

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