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HONG KONG (Reuters) - A move by China's People's Liberation Army to clear debris and barricades left by anti-government protesters in Hong Kong on Saturday was initiated as a "voluntary community activity" by the military, a city spokesman said.
SINGAPORE (ANN): A century-old Buddhist temple in Race Course Road on Friday (Nov 15) denied allegations that its abbot had been having sex with multiple men on its premises.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese People's Liberation Army soldiers in shorts and t-shirts joined pro-China residents in Hong Kong on Saturday to clean up barricades and debris after anti-government protests blocked roads, according to broadcaster RTHK.
STOCKHOLM/BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing has doubled down in its criticism of Stockholm's support for Gui Minhai, a book publisher detained in China, after Sweden's minister for culture attended a literary award ceremony in his honour.
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Two Australian lawmakers who were denied entry to China for a study tour because of their outspoken criticism of Beijing must "repent and redress their mistakes" if they want to visit the country, China's embassy in Canberra said.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Police fired tear gas while protesters threw petrol bombs and fired arrows in clashes outside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University on Saturday, just hours after Chinese soldiers made a rare appearance to help clean up the city's streets.
Watching a fiction-based horror movie through your fingers is one thing, but walking through the halls of a museum steeped in the macabre is something entirely different.Watching a fiction-based horror movie through your fingers is one thing, but walking through the halls of a museum steeped in the macabre is something entirely different.
PONTIAN: The Tanjung Piai by-election will be a poser to the 53,528 voters on whether they want to give the Pakatan Harapan government a second chance, or teach it a lesson.
HONG KONG: Protesters who had barricaded themselves in a Hong Kong university this week began to leave after partially clearing a road they had blocked and demanding that the government commit to going ahead with local elections on Nov 24.