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Pro-democracy demonstrators express gratitude for US support in one of three separate anti-government rallies.Pro-democracy demonstrators express gratitude for US support in one of three separate anti-government rallies.

In Hong Kong, protesters say 'thank you Donald Trump' | News | Al Jazeera

Protesters in Hong Kong waved posters of Donald Trump’s head superimposed on the shirtless body of Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone to thank him for signing a law supporting their cause. Pro-democracy demonstrators draped themselves in American flags and sang the US national anthem while others held up the image showing the president’s expressionless face on fictional boxingProtesters in Hong Kong waved posters of Donald Trump’s head superimposed on the shirtless body of Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone to thank him for signing a law supporting their cause. Pro-democracy

Hong Kong protesters wave posters of Trump’s shirtless Rocky tweet to thank him for signing law supporting them | The Independent

China on Saturday accused UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet of "inappropriate" interference in the country's affairs after she called for investigations into alleged excessive use of force by police in Hong Kong.China on Saturday accused UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet of "inappropriate" interference in the country's affairs after she called for investigations into alleged excessive use of force by police in Hong Kong.

China Accuses UN Rights Chief Of "Inappropriate" Interference Over Hong Kong

Hundreds of people are taking to the streets of Hong Kong under the watch of riot police to demand more democracy and an investigation into the use of force to suppress the six-month-long anti-government demonstrationsHundreds of people are taking to the streets of Hong Kong under the watch of riot police to demand more democracy and an investigation into the use of force to suppress the six-month-long anti-government demonstrations

The Latest: Riot police out in force for Hong Kong march - The Washington Post

So it is attacking democracy on the island from within.So it is attacking democracy on the island from within.

“Despite today march in Hong Kong was approved, legal and peaceful riot police disrupted the protest shooting pepper balls and using pepper spray. https://t.co/3nZL5Ubywm”

艾未未 Ai Weiwei on Twitter: "Despite today march in Hong Kong was approved, legal and peaceful riot police disrupted the protest shooting pepper balls and using pepper spray. https://t.co/3nZL5Ubywm"

“How China’s rise has forced Hong Kong’s decline — While the activists have made their mistakes, the Hong Kong protests are mostly an epic failure of China’s soft power By @iandenisjohnson https://t.co/BlxaQfAikI”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "How China’s rise has forced Hong Kong’s decline — While the activists have made their mistakes, the Hong Kong protests are mostly an epic failure of China’s soft power By @iandenisjohnson https://t.co/BlxaQfAikI"

“DC Comics kills Batman image because China insisted it was supporting the Hong Kong protests https://t.co/inlEgrmI2S”

Masque of the Red Death on Twitter: "DC Comics kills Batman image because China insisted it was supporting the Hong Kong protests https://t.co/inlEgrmI2S… "

““Hong Kong protests dispersed with tear gas after period of calm”, ⁦@washingtonpost⁩ https://t.co/6kP2gwAEPH”

Arturo Sarukhan on Twitter: "“Hong Kong protests dispersed with tear gas after period of calm”, ⁦@washingtonpost⁩ https://t.co/6kP2gwAEPH"

Hong Kong tourist arrivals declined 43.7 per cent in October from the year before. Macau casino stocks gain as gross gaming revenue, while down 8.5 per cent, was better than expected.Hong Kong tourist arrivals declined 43.7 per cent in October from the year before. Macau casino stocks gain as gross gaming revenue, while down 8.5 per cent, was better than expected.

President Trump's Negotiating Team has been reported to have suggested that the China deal was wow ‘stalled because of Hong Kong legislation’ accordinPresident Trump's Negotiating Team has been reported to have suggested that the China deal was wow ‘stalled because of Hong Kong legislation’ accordin

President Trump's Negotiating Team: China deal was wow ‘stalled because of Hong Kong legislation’ – Axios Sources

Police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday, ending a rare lull in violence, as residents took to the streets chanting "revolution of our time" and "liberate Hong Kong".Police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters in Hon...

Hong Kong police fire tear gas as thousands take to the streets in fresh protests - Reuters

HONG KONG, Dec 1 — In the final days of a police siege at Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University, a lone protester stalked the darkened corridors, determined to outlast the authorities waiting to arrest him. The man, who asked only to be identified as Michael, was among the final few dozen...HONG KONG, Dec 1 — In the final days of a police siege at Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University, a lone protester stalked the darkened corridors, determined to outlast the authorities waiting to arrest him. The man, who asked only to be identified as Michael, was among the final few dozen...

‘I choose to stay’: The holdout at Hong Kong campus siege | World | Malay Mail

China on Saturday accused UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet of “inappropriate” interference in the country’s affairs after she called for investigations into alleged excessive use of force by police in Hong Kong. China’s mission to the UN in Geneva said an op-ed written by Bachelet in the South China Morning Post was “erroneous” and “violates the […]

China accuses UN rights chief of 'inappropriate' interference | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

China has criticized the UN high commissioner for human rights after she suggested Hong Kong authorities should launch an investigation into the use of force during protests.China has criticized the UN high commissioner for human rights after she suggested Hong Kong authorities should launch an investigation into the use of force during protests.

China accuses UN human rights chief of inflam... | Taiwan News

Trump recently signed into law two bills that would ban the exports of anti-riot munitions to China and impose possible sanctions based on its handling of Hong Kong, which drew a sharp rebuke from Beijing's foreign ministry. Hong Kong has seen an increasing trend of violence with more than five months of demonstrations, as protesters denounce what they see as Chinese interference in freedoms promised when Britain returned Hong Kong to Beijing in 1997. It has seen some calm last week after its local elections delivered an overwhelming victory to pro-democracy candidates.Trump recently signed into law two bills that would ban the exports of anti-riot munitions to China and impose possible sanctions based on its handling of Hong Kong, which drew a sharp rebuke from Beijing's foreign ministry. Hong Kong has seen an increasing trend of violence with more than five months of demonstrations, as protesters denounce what they see as Chinese interference in freedoms promised when Britain returned Hong Kong to Beijing in 1997. It has seen some calm last week after its local elections delivered an overwhelming victory to pro-democracy candidates.

Hong Kong protesters sing U.S. anthem to thank Trump [Video]

HONG KONG: In the final days of a police siege at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University, a lone protester stalked the darkened corridors, determined to outlast the authorities waiting to arrest him.HONG KONG: In the final days of a police siege at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University, a lone protester stalked the darkened corridors, determined to outlast the authorities waiting to arrest him.

'I choose to stay': The holdout at Hong Kong campus siege | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

China condemns United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet after she called for probes into alleged police violence in Hong KongChina condemns United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet after she called for probes into alleged police violence in Hong Kong

China accuses U.N. rights chief of 'inapppropriate' inteference

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Hong Kong police have arrested 5,890 people as a result of the protests.Hong Kong police have arrested 5,890 people as a result of the protests.

Hong Kong elders, youths vow to keep up pro-democracy fight - An-Nahar English