Hong Kong people protest strongly against Chinese interference in trade

Hong Kong people protest strongly against Chinese interference in trade

Hong Kong: The discord between the Chinese government and the people of Hong Kong seems to be intensifying by the day. The people of Hong Kong who were protesting against the extradition bill since the last few days, openly expressed displeasure against the Chinese traders, on Saturday. The people of Hong Kong made an aggressive […]

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US should not interfere in Hong Kong, demands China while staging a political protest

US should not interfere in Hong Kong, demands China while staging a political protest

Washington: Jimmy Lai, a media tycoon in Hong Kong, visited the United States and met vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The discussion during the meeting were said to be centred around the current protests in Hong Kong and the criminal extradition bill, against which the people of Hong Kong are […]

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Agitation against Chinese interference will continue, warn protestors after statement by chief administrator Lam

Agitation against Chinese interference will continue, warn protestors after statement by chief administrator Lam

Hong Kong: The statement issued by Carrie Lam, China-backed Chief Executive of Hong Kong, is ambiguous and irrelevant. There is no consideration for the protestors’ demands in this statement. Therefore, the agitation for demands and against the Chinese interference will continue, was the clear warning issued by the demonstrators in Hong Kong. A vigorous agitation […]

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China will have to face the consequences of Hong Kong oppression, stern warning by British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt

China will have to face the consequences of Hong Kong oppression, stern warning by British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt

London/Beijing/Hong Kong: British Foreign Minister lashed out at China regarding the action against the protestors in Hong Kong, saying that oppression cannot be an option to respond against violence. At the same time, Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt warned that the United Kingdom is democratic and a country committed to the democratic values and will not […]

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China criticises western support to the protestors in Hongkong

China criticises western support to the protestors in Hongkong

Beijing/Hongkong: Chinese foreign ministry lashed out at the western countries, supporting the Hongkong protestors, by saying that Hongkong is a part of China and the developments there, are an internal matter for China. Therefore, there we strongly object to the interference from other countries in the internal matters of China. The protestors had directly entered […]

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Hong Kong protests turn violent at the annual handover ceremony, vandalise legislative building

Hong Kong protests turn violent at the annual handover ceremony, vandalise legislative building

Hong Kong: The anger and discontent that is raging in the local population of Hong Kong, has not subsided despite the withdrawal of the controversial bill by the administration. Millions of locals, vented their anger with protests, on occasion commemorating Hong Kong’s handover to China on Monday. During the agitation, the youth groups attacked the […]

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Hongkong agitation remains aggressive despite retreat by the pro-Chinese administration

Hongkong agitation remains aggressive despite retreat by the pro-Chinese administration

Hongkong: The agitation in Hongkong has not abated, despite withdrawal by Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, over the extradition law. Even after Lam suspended the bill, a whopping one million people took to the streets to agitate, in Hong Kong. While demanding the resignation of Lam the agitators also raised the issue […]

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Violent police action intensify anti-China protests in Hong Kong, China accuses Western powers behind agitations

Violent police action intensify anti-China protests in Hong Kong, China accuses Western powers behind agitations

Hong Kong: The agitations in Hong Kong have intensified since Wednesday, and the police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the protestors. Despite the action, the demonstrators tried to forcibly enter the Hong Kong parliament building, instead of retreating. The agitators have accused the police of being responsible for the violence although the […]

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China purchases Geospatial for its military, challenging the United States

China purchases Geospatial for its military, challenging the United States

Hongkong: China has purchased the Geospatial software to track the soldiers, tanks, fighter jets and warships accurately on the battlefield. China is said to have purchased this software from a European company. This software is being used by the United States and NATO, and therefore the information about their movements and plans can fall in […]

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