Freed Hong Kong pro-democracy leader Joshua Wong demands resignation of Carrie Lam
Tuesday, 18 June 2019 Joshua Wong has told Euronews that he will continue his protests against the "evil" planned extradition arrangement with mainland China. Wong has been at the forefront of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests. He was one of the leading figures in 2014's so-called Umbrella Movement.
A Hong Kong chief executive might be in charge of a free-wheeling, international financial hub, but they still remain accountable to China's Communist Party. The job is like being caught between "the devil and the deep blue sea", says one senior official. Michelle Hennessy reports.
Carrie Lam is scrambling to assert her government’s authority after several increasingly volatile demonstrations and a surge in anti-police sentiment. NYTimes.com Also reported by •Seattle Times •FT.com •FOXNews.com
Masked protesters daubed the walls of China's office in Hong Kong with eggs and graffiti Sunday night following another massive rally, focusing anger towards the... Firstpost Also reported by •FOXNews.com •BBC News •Seattle Times
Tens of thousands marched in sweltering heat in Chinese-ruled Hong Kong on Sunday as anti-government protests show no signs of let-up, with anger over an... WorldNews Also reported by •Seattle Times •FT.com •Deseret News •BBC News