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Making concession because of escalating violence will only make situation worse.
The weekend's demonstrations were the latest in over three months of sometimes violent protests, with protesters angered by creeping interference by Beijing in Hong Kong's affairs.
Zuraida Kamaruddin made the startling claim while defending her proposal to promote Malaysian properties in crisis-hit Hong Kong.
Secondary school students stand in solidarity with Hong Kong anti-government protestors as they formed human chains in districts across Hong Kong.
The move comes after another night of intense clashes between police and protesters, with police firing tear gas for a second night running in Mong Kok.
Protesters plan to block traffic to Hong Kong International Airport on Saturday, just a week after thousands of demonstrators disrupted transport links.
Carrie Lam says Beijing respects her view and supports her 'all the way' after her government withdrew the controversial bill.
Couples find each other protesting Hong Kong’s extradition bill.
A report submitted by Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam detailing the protestor's demands was rejected by Beijing, and she was ordered not to yield.
Xinhua News Agency warned that Chinese authorities are considering a military intervention in Hong Kong, amid violent protest.
Sunday's violent protests between the Hong Kong police force and demonstrators has resulted in more arrests, including that of a minor.
Hong Kong braces for a series of more protests as demonstrators turn from engaging in violent to peaceful rallies.
Weekend demonstrations begin in Hong Kong again in defiance of a police ban on marches as protestors continue to oppose an extradition bill to China.
Carrie Lum who is facing calls for her resignation addresses the media for the very first time as protests turn dangerous in Hong Kong.
Some 105 flights are cancelled at Hong Kong's airport as protestors take to the streets yet again in a protest against a controversial extradition bill.
America wants to wash its hands away from the Hong Kong protests calling China to deal with it.
The highly unusual press briefing in Beijing by the cabinet-level Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office will be closely watched for any hint of more direct intervention.
More violence is expected as Hong Kong activists continue to protest in a rural town despite police warning.
Thousands of protesters descended on China's representative office in Hong Kong.
The protest will focus on the establishment of an independent probe into 'excessive use of force' by police in dispersing previous protests.
Activists have been demanding the government avoid using the term ‘riot’ to refer to the protests as rioting carries a 10-year prison term.
A second round of protests against Chinese mainland traders shows the people of Hong Kong's fuelled anger on the extradition bill.
China is accusing Britain's Jeremy Hunt of 'fantasising in the faded glory of British colonialism' on his remarks about Hong Kong.
China backs Hong Kong holding violent criminals responsible for their acts.
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