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Dhaka, November 20: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said the United States House of Representatives has passed two resolutions condemning China’s actions in Tibet and Hong Kong.
Paris: French capital city Paris witnessed protests recently as over� 300 people, who belonged to several groups, gathered at the Trocadero Square near the Eiffel Tower and demonstrated against� human rights violations by China.
Dhaka, August 26: Pro democracy lawmakers Lam Cheuk-ting and Hui Chi-fung were arrested by Hong Kong police on Wednesday morning, according to local media.
Dhaka, August 11: An alliance of five major nations- Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US - have voiced their concerns over the Hong Kong government’s “unjust” disqualification of candidates and “disproportionate” postponement of Legislative Council elections.
Dhaka, August 8: The United States government has sanctioned 11 top officials from Hong Kong and mainland China, including Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam, for undermining the territory's autonomy.
Washington: After China declared primaries held by Hong Kong’s pro-democratic parties on the weekend ‘illegal’, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Legislative Council election in the city in September should be equally free and fair.
Tokyo: People from different regions of the world, including Hong Kong, Tibet and East Turkestan, demonstrated against China in the Japanese capital Tokyo on Sunday.
Hong Kong: Despite violent protests and agitations, Chinese authorities have opened a new agency in Hong Kong city which will be engaged in monitoring the implementation of the newly enacted law on national security in the special administrative region, media reports said.
Hong Kong-China conflict: UN rights body says it is analysing contents of the new National Security Law
Geneva: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has said it is analysing the contents of the new National Security Law that was adopted very carefully by China recently in terms of its compliance with the international human rights obligations applicable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).
Hong Kong: In what seems to be yet another attempt by Beijing to muzzle democratic voices, Hong Kong libraries have taken at least nine titles written by localist or democracy advocates out of circulation pending a review of whether the books run afoul of the new national security law, media reports said.
Ottawa: The Canadian government has expressed its concern over China's move of passing national security legislation for Hong Kong.
As China imposes national security law on Hong Kong, pro-democracy group Demosisto announces it will disband
As China imposes law on national security in Hong Kong, city's pro-democracy group Demosisto has announced it will disband, media reports said.
Beijing: Beijing on Tuesday unanimously passed the controversial security law for Hong Kong that will not only criminalise secession, subversion and collusion with foreign forces, but also effectively curtail protests and freedom of speech.
Geneva: Hong Kong is witnessing protests in recent times as China is gearing up to impose its national security law on the city, making the United Nations’ former human rights chief and eight former U.N. special envoys to urge the body’s secretary-general to appoint a special envoy on the region.
Hong Kong: Organizers have said Hong Kong police on Saturday banned a major demonstration against China's planned national security law for the city on the ground of following social distancing and previous unrest measures.