Deal between govt and indigenous leaders ends unrest, curfew in capital.
Activists plan to gather at Chater Garden in Admiralty district near government headquarters.
The Chinese Communist Party can withstand a singular tweet, says US secretary of state.
Comes amid public relations crisis sparked by tweet from Houston Rockets executive.
A male university student and a 38-year-old woman were the first two people to be charged.
A senior judge dismisses the injunction demand.
About 100 residents contacted a firm promoting Ireland’s immigrant investor programme.
The protests over unfair distribution of jobs, lack of services and government corruption erupted on Tuesday in Baghdad and quickly spread to other Iraqi cities.
IT businesses are losing customers as a result of the internet and mobile phone crackdown in Kashmir.
This will be the first time the financial hub will not be part of the race calendar since 2016.
Controversial colonial era-emergency law allows the chief executive to make ‘any regulations whatsoever’ to ensure public security.
Protesters have dubbed China’s National Day celebrations as 'Day of Grief'.
Demonstrators chanted anti-government slogans in a New Territories shopping mall as pro-China demonstrators sang the Chinese national anthem.
Dan Garrett believes his denial of entry has got something to do with his testimony to Congress.
Residents fear 'lives at risk' after violent protests killed over two dozen.
The failure of the ‘Umbrella Movement’ has led to protesters taking a more hardline approach this time around.
Carrie Lam will hold a dialogue with 150 members of the community, with each participant given around three minutes to express their views.
Clashes broke out after fight between students from different schools in Wamena.
Protesters get creative to show their detest toward the Hong Kong police.
Thousands gathered inside a mall in the northern town of Sha Tin to sing protest songs and make origami cranes.
Multiple protesters were seen being arrested in the clashes, which were less sustained than the intense battles of previous weekends.
Imran Khan warns that India is waiting for an excuse to crack down on Kashmir.
Hong Kong International Airport handled 6 million passengers in August, down 12.4% from a year earlier.
Police warns the protesters to stop their illegal acts and leave the scene immediately.