Hong Kong’s RTHK interview with Nathan Law removed due to his ‘wanted’ status under security law

Activist Nathan Law fled to London shortly after the security law was enforced

‘Glory to Hong Kong’ busker arrested while performing protest songs

‘Glory to Hong Kong’ busker arrested while performing protest songs

The 21-year-old is often seen busking on the streets of Central

Hong Kong records 33 new virus cases, marking a sharp single-day decline

Hong Kong records 33 new virus cases, marking a sharp single-day decline

Authorities hope the fall in cases is a sign that the local outbreak is easing

Chairperson of Hong Kong pro-Beijing group caught on video dumping Apple Daily newspaper into bin

Chairperson of Hong Kong pro-Beijing group caught on video dumping Apple Daily newspaper into bin

The man is the chairperson of a pro-Beijing group and has organized rallies with controversial lawmaker Junius Ho

Revellers pop champagne to toast Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai’s arrest, fined for defying social distancing laws

Revellers pop champagne to toast Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai’s arrest, fined for defying social distancing laws

The incident is Beijing's latest attempt to crack down on what remains of press freedom in Hong Kong

14 Hong Kong domestic workers fined HK$2,000 for violating social distancing laws

14 Hong Kong domestic workers fined HK$2,000 for violating social distancing laws

A HK$2,000 fine is a considerable amount for domestic helpers in Hong Kong, who earn below minimum wage

Hong Kong authorities to offer one-off COVID-19 testing for all

Hong Kong authorities to offer one-off COVID-19 testing for all

Testing is expected to begin in about two weeks

Hong Kong confirms 95 virus cases as another domestic helper who stayed at boarding house tests preliminary positive

Hong Kong confirms 95 virus cases as another domestic helper who stayed at boarding house tests preliminary positive

The new employer's family will be quarantined

Arrange virus test for all 6,000 domestic helpers living in boarding houses, Hong Kong health expert says

Arrange virus test for all 6,000 domestic helpers living in boarding houses, Hong Kong health expert says

An Indonesian worker who stayed at two dormitories has since tested positive

Hong Kong Pride Parade announces date for annual march, pending police approval

Hong Kong Pride Parade announces date for annual march, pending police approval

The annual parade is scheduled for November 14 this year


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