Britain announced in July that it would open a special immigration pathway for up to 5 million eligible Hong Kongers to live, work and eventually settle in the U.K.
Hong Kong protests
Two district councilors among those arrested on National Day, marking the founding of the People’s Republic of China and a holiday that has become a day of protest in Hong Kong
Jimmy Lai's arrest comes amid crackdown of pro-democracy opposition and further stokes concerns about Beijing's influence
'Clearly, Beijing shows a total disregard for the will of the Hongkongers and tramples upon the city’s last pillar of vanishing autonomy,' prominent activist Joshua Wong says
Petitioners say Israel's Cellebrite phone-cracking product is a 'dual-use' technology attacking pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong
The prominent 23-year-old was disqualified from running in district council elections in 2019 on the grounds that advocating for Hong Kong's self-determination violated electoral law
U.S. president okays sanctions on Chinese officials, cancels Hong Kong special trade status
Parties from the pro-democracy camp are attempting to join forces and use the primaries as a guide to field the best candidates in the official legislative election in September
Though social platforms have yet to be blocked in Hong Kong, users have begun scrubbing their accounts and deleting pro-democracy posts as the National Security Law goes into effect
The arrests came as thousands took to the streets on the 23rd anniversary of Britain's handover of Hong Kong to China, an annual march that was banned for the first time this year
The demonstrators gathered to mark the 31st anniversary despite a ban on the event as China tightens control over dissidents and moves to impose national security legislation
Residents rush to apply for U.K. passports as China looks to enact contentious national security legislation
Taiwan pledges help for fleeing Hong Kongers as Beijing pushes contentious national security bill that would criminalize Chinese ridicule
The secretary of state tells Congress that Hong Kong does not continue to warrant special treatment under U.S. laws, which could effect special trade and economic relations with the territory
A new round of anti-mainland protests erupt after Beijing announces plans to impose national security legislation which seeks to criminalize Chinese ridicule
Hong Kong protestors are 'repurposing' Third Reich symbols to express their fear of China's repressive rule. As a Holocaust educator living there, their blanket use of swastikas is jarring, ignorant – and unnecessary
Many queue up early over fears of later clashes, as the Chinese-controlled city grapples with its biggest political crisis in decades
The dominant political trend of the past year has been popular uprisings that are jolting the ruling institutions. But anarchy isn't the worst that could happen
Some shops and businesses were also vandalised including an outlet of American coffee chain Starbucks
Dramatic move to ban face masks would also allow authorities to 'make any regulations whatsoever,' embattled chief executive announces
The 18-year-old is the first demonstrator to be shot, marking an escalation in violence since mass demonstrations began in June
Tuesday’s violence was the most widespread since the unrest erupted in June, plunging Hong Kong into its biggest political crisis in decades
'That’s the crazy thing about the situation, there is a revolution taking place but actually our lives have continued as normal,' says Jewish expat living in Hong Kong
Riot police enter Hong Kong airport, where thousands of protesters have led to flights being disrupted for second straight day
Joshua Wong was jailed for five weeks as protests against extradition bill escalated into the most significant challenge to China's relationship with the territory since the end of British rule 22 years ago
Demonstrations against bill to extradite citizens to China for trial turn violent as protesters clash with police, reminiscent of 2014
The promotion of independence has long been taboo in Hong Kong amid fears in Beijing it could spread among other activists and challenge the central government's rule.
Israel's national airline joins two dozen or so businesses in eligibility to vote in Sunday's legislative poll in the former British colony now controlled by China.
Despite protests and unrest, China will not allow for a more autonomous democracy in Hong Kong, according to former leader Tung Chee-hwa.
Dozens of people injured as protests enter fourth week.