Hong Kong police stamp out protests against national anthem bill

Hong Kong (CNN)Around 300 people were arrested across Hong Kong Wednesday, as sporadic protests over a controversial new national security law were met by a massive police presence and zero tolerance approach, with pepper spray, kettling and searches used to quickly contain any potential unrest. Riot police detained and arrested dozens of people in the busy shopping area of Causeway […]

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House Set to Back China Sanctions Amid Rising Tensions With U.S.

The House of Representatives is poised to give final passage Wednesday to legislation that would sanction Chinese officials for human rights abuses against Muslim minorities, the latest in a series of moves by Congress and the White House to put pressure on the Beijing government. The measure was approved by unanimous consent in the Senate earlier this month, and it […]

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Hong Kong's economic success at risk as Beijing tightens grip

Hong Kong residents protest new Chinese security bill China is looking to pass a bill that would change security rules and criminalize activities ‘subversive’ to the government and allow Chinese security agencies to work in Hong Kong. FOX Business’ Edward Lawrence with more. Hong Kong’s future as a global city hangs in the balance as Beijing considers a national security bill […]

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