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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam warns of 'path of no return'
4 days ago
Hong Kong's embattled leader foresees a lengthy recovery process for the Asian financial hub following weeks of protests. Carrie Lam spoke after operations at the territory's airport had partially resumed.
Hong Kong airport: Flights resume after violent protests
4 days ago
Hong Kong airport has reopened after being shut down by two days of violent clashes between police and protesters. Airport authorities said they had obtained a judicial order to stop further protests.
Far too soon to enter equity markets, says London and Capital’s Jones
Roger Jones, head of equities at London and Capital, discusses the unrest in Hong Kong, how its impacting the economy and what it means for markets.
Hong Kong Airport resumes operations
Hong Kong’s international airport resumed operations Tuesday morning after canceling 90 flights the evening before as protesters swarmed the main terminal building for a fourth day. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Hong Kong airport cancels flights due to protests
A protest at the arrivals terminal of Hong Kong's airport has prompted authorities to cancel all flights for the remainder of the day. Protesters rallied against police brutality after another weekend of demonstrations.
Protesters, Police clash in Hong Kong
Hong Kong demonstrators clashed with police across the city with officers again resorting to tear gas to try to disperse protesters hurling projectiles and petrol bombs in the 10th weekend of anti-China protests in the city.
Attackers beat Hong Kong autonomy protesters in subway
Media in Hong Kong have released video footage showing masked assailants attacking commuters in a subway station. For a seventh weekend, thousands demanded more autonomy from China as police fired tear gas at protesters.
Taiwan open to granting Hong Kong protesters asylum
Taiwan's government has said it would provide assistance to Hong Kong protesters on humanitarian grounds. The pledge risks straining the already tense relationship between Taipei and Beijing.
Protesters march through city
Protesters march through Hong Kong in opposition to a now-suspended extradition bill as demonstrators lay siege to the city's Legislative Council.
Order amidst the anger in Hong Kong protests
Order amidst the anger in Hong Kong protests.
Alibaba picks CICC, credit Suisse to lead Hong Kong offer
Alibaba is closer to a share sale in Hong Kong. We learned that it’s picked two banks to lead the planed offer.
U.S. lawmakers denounce Hong Kong’s extradition bill
Hong Kong lawmakers have delayed debate on a controversial bill that would allow extradition to mainland China. The decision came as tens of thousands of demonstrators protested outside the legislative council.