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Hong Kong riot police fire tear gas, hound protesters

Clashes ensue after tens of thousands protested, attacked cops, torched metro stations.

China halts shipments of black clothing into Hong Kong

Masks, bulk orders of umbrellas, sticks also barred.

HK murder suspect behind unrest to turn himself in

Man accused of killing girlfriend in Taiwan ready to return and surrender.

How China loses friends and alienates people

The more friends China turns into enemies, the easier it will be for Washington to assemble a broad coalition to contain its ambitions.

US passes bill supporting HK protesters, earns Beijing’s rebuke

Beijing tells Washington to stop meddling in its affairs.

Chinese fans miffed at NBA, but not enough to skip a...

China has accused Western media of stirring up anti-Beijing sentiment about the Hong Kong protests.

Tariffs forcing China to pay attention, says US

Making Beijing adhere to an agreement not always easy according to Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.

AS sekat visa pegawai China, desak Beijing henti ‘tindas’ Uighur

Washington akan mengehadkan pengeluaran visa kepada pegawai kerajaan dan Parti Komunis yang mungkin menjejaskan anak mereka yang mahu belajar di AS.

Ordinary people barred from China National Day Parade

Authorities would not allow just anyone to get near the parade route.

Release Uighurs, shut down detention camps, NGO tells Beijing

Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia urges Putrajaya to increase political pressure against China to facilitate the release of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.

Beijing on high alert as China prepares for 70th anniversary

Protesters have plans to seize the holiday to propel their calls for greater democracy.

China slams Trump ‘lies’ on Hong Kong, treatment of Muslims

Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang believes 'US should meet China at halfway'.

‘Chinese dream’ comes true as glitzy Beijing airport opens

New structure one of world's largest terminals.

China to US: We don’t play ‘Game of Thrones’

Foreign Minister Wang Yi welcomes non-interference in internal affairs and respect for territorial sovereignty.

HK paper vows to defend press freedom after attack on reporter

Publisher Cheung Kim-hung maintains Apple Daily ‘has no fear of violence’.

Hong Kong a ‘police state’, say prominent protesters

Hong Kong's prominent figures are raising awareness on its crisis globally.

Hong Kong’s top filmmaker pulls out of Taiwan’s Oscars after Beijing...

The withdrawal of Johnnie To is because of ‘previously signed film production contractual obligations.’

Stay out of HK’s business, China tells Washington

Beijing has repeatedly accused 'foreign forces' of being behind pro-democracy protests.

Kedutaan di Beijing, Abu Dhabi tak tahu lawatan berkait 1MDB, kata...

Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin yang merupakan bekas pegawai khas Najib Razak berkata lawatannya ke Beijing dan Abu Dhabi dianggap misi rahsia.

Embassies in Beijing, Abu Dhabi not informed of 1MDB-linked trips, says...

Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin says these were considered 'secret trips' and his allowances were paid by Najib.

Stand up to Beijing, HK singer tells US lawmakers, companies

Singer Denise Ho says Beijing was using its power and influence to quash dissent around the world.

China to exempt 16 categories of US products from tariffs

The 16 category product list marks the first time Beijing announces products to be excluded from tariffs. 

Duterte under pressure to push back China’s maritime assertiveness

Despite his huge domestic popularity and great affection for China, Duterte is under growing pressure to push back at its growing maritime assertiveness.

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific warns against protest outside its premises

Cathay Pacific says the police banned a planned protest around its headquarters on Lantau island, next to Hong Kong's international airport, on Wednesday evening.