Surveillance-savvy Hong Kong protesters go ‘digitally dark’

The Hong Kong protests have been co-ordinated through social media. Demonstrators have used technology to spread the word about their

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Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong released from jail

Joshua Wong, who became the face of the 2014 “Umbrella Movement” as a teenager, has been freed from a Hong

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Hong Kong protesters rally despite government climbdown

A group of protesters in Hong Kong are standing their ground a day after another mass demonstration against a controversial

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Philippines seeks probe into boat sinking by Chinese vessel

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has demanded an investigation into the sinking of a boat by a Chinese fishing vessel. The

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Suspected New Zealand mosque gunman pleads not guilty

The man accused of shooting at New Zealand mosques has pleaded not guilty to the murder of 51 worshippers. Brenton

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Myanmar’s mountain war: Prayers for peace in Kachin state

Prayers for peace have been said in the mountains of Kachin state in northern Myanmar. It has been eight years

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Hong Kong extradition bill debate delayed after massive protests

Fights between police and some protesters in Hong Kong have broken out over a contentious plan to change the extradition

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Hong Kong extradition: China defends proposed law

China’s leaders continue to voice support for Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam, who is resisting demands to shelve the controversial

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Is Hong Kong’s autonomy in China under threat? | Inside Story

Hong Kong’s government is pushing ahead with a controversial extradition law despite mass protests. Although it is a semi-autonomous part

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Hong Kong to push ahead with extradition law despite protests

A new showdown is looming over Hong Kong’s plan for a new extradition law. Chief Executive Carrie Lam says she

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