2014 Hong Kong protests

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    Video caption: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong: ‘A few cars are following me’

    Joshua Wong believes he is now being followed, after the new security law was passed by China.

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    Video caption: Trump: Hong Kong's 'freedom has been taken away'

    The president signs an order and bill targeting China for "extinguishing Hong Kong's freedom".

  3. Asian luxury goods giant calls for HK rent relief

    Actor Natalie Portman
    Image caption: Actor Natalie Portman is the face of Miss Dior, which is distributed by Bluebell in Asia

    The biggest distributor of luxury goods in Asia has called on landlords in Hong Kong to help ease the burden of slumping sales caused by six months of civil unrest.

    Bluebell Group, which distributes a huge number of high end brands such as Christian Dior perfumes, Balmain and Anya Hindmarch, has asked shopping mall owners to make major cuts to rents, warning a collapse in tourist spending risks pushing retailers out of business.

    The company's chief executive Ashley Micklewright told the South China Morning Post that sales in some of its shops have plummeted by as much as 60 percent.

    Official figures published this week showed that retail sales saw their biggest ever monthly fall in October, sliding by 24.3%, while the ongoing protests have already pushed the economy into its first recession in a decade.

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    Video caption: Hong Kong protests: Police hits mosque with blue water cannon

    Hong Kong police say the water cannon "accidentally" hit the mosque while firing at protesters.

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    Video caption: Hong Kong protesters call for US intervention

    "President Trump, please save Hong Kong" and "make Hong Kong great again" were among the banners.

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    Video caption: More than 100,000 protesters took part in demonstrations across Hong Kong

    Voices from Hong Kong as thousands of people hold another day of pro-democracy protests.

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    Video caption: Protesters describe their ransacking of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council one month on.

    A month since the raiding of the government’s Legco building in Hong Kong, three protesters detail how they view it as a turning point in the current political movement