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Hong Kong’s homeless, disabled and elderly – and the NGOs that help them – hit hard by protest crisis
Survey released last week found that 80 per cent of the 103 local charities interviewed had recorded a loss since June. Social workers say protest damage makes life more difficult and dangerous for Hong Kong’s disadvantaged
Force believes radicals intended to deploy the arsenal during Sunday’s demonstrations on Hong Kong Island. Eleven arrested in early morning raids at multiple locations across the city
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's economy is feeling the effects of ongoing protests as a top government official said the violence had contributed two percentage points to last quarter's economic contraction. Rail operator MTR Corporation added that the unrest had cost it an estimated HK$1.6bil.
BEIJING/HONG KONG: The Hong Kong police will use both "hard" and "soft" approaches when dealing with protests, Hong Kong's police commissioner Chris Tang told reporters in Beijing on Saturday (Dec 7).
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's police chief urged people to demonstrate peacefully on Sunday (Dec 8), when organisers expect a large turnout for a pro-democracy march intended to show the movement still has strong momentum.
HONG KONG: The Hong Kong Open golf tournament, which was postponed last month amid violence from escalating anti-government protests, will go ahead in January but without sanctioning by the European Tour, organisers said on on Friday (Dec 6).
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's much-maligned police force provided a rare behind-the-scenes look on Friday (Dec 6) at its bomb disposal squad to show the potentially deadly destructive force of homemade explosives seized during months of protests that have shaken the Chinese territory.
HONG KONG: Damage to Hong Kong’s subway from six months of protests will cost operator MTR Corp Ltd. about HK$1.6 billion (US$204 million), the company said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Thursday.
SHENZHEN, China (AFP): Chinese telecoms giant Huawei said on Thursday (Dec 5) that it has petitioned a US court to overturn a ban that prevents carriers in rural America from buying the firm's equipment by tapping an US$8.5-billion federal fund.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Police in Hong Kong this week re-entered the campus of a university it besieged for more than 10 days last month, gathering newly discovered chemicals and petrol bombs hoarded by anti-government protesters in the city.