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HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong police arrested prominent democracy activist Joshua Wong on Thursday (Sept 24) for participating in an unauthorised assembly in October 2019 and violating the city's anti-mask law, according to a post on his official Twitter account.
HONG KONG: Leader and political heavyweights said the city’s judicial independence is intact and robust under the National Security Law, and the resignation of a veteran Australian judge from the city’s top court will in no way hamper its judicial independence.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is looking to submit a proposal to the Cabinet next week that would help lure firms and financial professionals looking to relocate from Hong Kong due to its political uncertainty.
BEIJING, Sept 22 (dpa): The Chinese ambassador to Germany, Wu Ken, has rejected criticism from the European Union and Germany of his country's human rights policy ahead of discussions on China at an EU summit later this week.
HSBC Holdings Plc told its staff to stop posting on all the bank’s social media accounts over fears of "negative reactions” to the revelations in leaked suspicious activity reports.
HONG KONG, Sept 19 (dpa): Nathan Law, a high-profile pro-democracy activist currently in exile in the United Kingdom, has come top of the prestigious Time magazine's "2020 TIME100 Reader Poll", a list of the world's most influential people.
Veteran Australian judge James Spigelman resigns from Hong Kong’s top court two years before end of term
HONG KONG, Sept 18 (SCMP): Chief executive office confirms revocation of his post on September 2, but states that no reason was given by judgeSpigelman was chief justice of New South Wales from 1998 to 2011 and appointed as a non-permanent judge of city’s Court of Final Appeal in 2013
Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam says calling 12 detained in Shenzhen democracy activists an attempt to distract from wanted status
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (SCMP): ‘Essence of the matter’ is that local police are seeking members of the group for alleged crimes tied to anti-government protests, city leader says at press briefingLam also says Hong Kong consistent in handling of cases despite open calls for return of five would-be asylum seekers detained by Taiwan last month
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (SCMP): Virtual summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and leaders of European trading bloc leaves much work still to doFocus on investment treaty derailed by exchange on human rights record including Hong Kong and Xinjiang
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis has signed off on a two-year extension of a deal with China on the appointment of bishops that critics have condemned as a sell-out to the communist government, a senior Vatican source said on Monday.