China has filed a complaint against the United States with the World Trade Organization after the latest round of 15% U.S. import duties on Chinese products took effect Sunday

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21 September 2019
Demosistō vice chairman @IsaacChengCKL was just assaulted near his home in Tai Wai by three men. He was repeatedly punched in the face and lost his glasses. Demosistō members are now accompanying him to a hospital check-up. More details to follow.2 week ago
Demosistō vice chairman @IsaacChengCKL was just assaulted near his home in Tai Wai by three men. He was repeatedly punched in the face and lost his glasses. Demosistō members are now accompanying him to a hospital check-up. More details to follow.
10:05pm Blue flag raised at Mong Kok Police Station2 week ago
10:05pm Blue flag raised at Mong Kok Police Station
2 week ago
Protesters threw eggs at the Mong Kok Police Station but ran out quickly. Some pointed out that there were supermarkets nearby where they could buy more, and someone suggested buying a durian to throw.
[Prince Edward Station Site] The junction of Prince Edward Road West and Nathan Road has been occupied by demonstrators and roadblocks have been set up nearby. (10:15 pm)2 week ago
[Prince Edward Station Site] The junction of Prince Edward Road West and Nathan Road has been occupied by demonstrators and roadblocks have been set up nearby. (10:15 pm)
China has filed a complaint against the United States with the World Trade Organization after the latest round of 15% U.S. import duties on Chinese products took effect Sunday
The crowd outside Mong Kok Police Station in numbering in the hundreds yet again tonight. The police are warning them to disperse2 week ago
The crowd outside Mong Kok Police Station in numbering in the hundreds yet again tonight. The police are warning them to disperse
Protesters shine lasers at the PLA barracks in Central.
Host of general strike rally in Tamar Park showed fluorescent powder on his black T shirt to @appledaily_hk live. The host announced earlier this evening on stage that police chopper hovering over the rally was sprinkling this powder on the crowd
The host of the Tamar Park rally announced earlier that the fluorescent powder was sprinkled on protesters by police helicopter hovering above Admiralty. Apparently not easy to remove. The rally is legal through 11:59pm tonight and tomorrow 7am-11:59pm
Tamar Park at 6:30pm, the third rally of the day, where thousands are calling the government to directly respond to the five demands. Today also marks the second citywide strike since June
President Andrzej Duda on Chinese agents: Polish counterintelligence services have detected activities that may be of a spy nature. Polish courts will act on this matter. Appropriate steps have already been taken
Police reportedly raised red warning flag and used pepper spray near legislative council
Fired pepper spray towards protesters on Tim Wa Avenue after one protester use laser pointer at the force behind the gate. #HongKongProtests
17:45 Student rally in Central has finished #antiELAB
Total number of arrests in relation to the HongKong #antiELAB crisis is 1117 people according to police
Massive class boycott at @CUHKofficial antiELAB ExtraditionLaw HongKongProtests
Hong Kong school students strike rally underway in Central, the crowd dressed in either white school uniforms or black resistance uniforms, chanting slogans of the movement.
Crowd at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "There is no rioters, there is only tyranny"
At Tamar Park, hundreds join a rally as part of a citywide general strike
Hong Kong Sec of Security says for the first time protesters have shown "signs of terror." Verbatim: "Radical protesters have escalated their violence, which have shown signs of terror."
2 week ago
[email protected]: Peter Morici, Economist: Tariffs will not impact American consumers that much because the Chinese currency has gone down, which gives our importers a discount. Importers can find suppliers outside of China. Absolutely worth it, we don't want to be servants to the Chinese. This
As protesters continue to walk on the highway to Tsing Ma Bridge, some drivers sound their horns to cheer them on. In Tung Chung, a bus to Sha Tin is packed with people  HongKongProtests2 week ago
As protesters continue to walk on the highway to Tsing Ma Bridge, some drivers sound their horns to cheer them on. In Tung Chung, a bus to Sha Tin is packed with people #HongKongProtests
Hong Kong police are set to hold a press conference at 3.15am
2 week ago
[email protected]: Just watched Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, and many other Democrats, wanting to give up on our very successful Trade battle with China, which has had its worst Economic year in memory (and getting worse). We are taking in $Billions. Will be big for Farmers and ALL
Riot police opened the metal gate of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station and went in, attracting protesters across the road to walk over and gather outside the gate that was soon closed again2 week ago
Riot police opened the metal gate of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station and went in, attracting protesters across the road to walk over and gather outside the gate that was soon closed again
Officers in riot gear have advanced along Prince Edward Road West and stopped outside Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters have already left2 week ago
Officers in riot gear have advanced along Prince Edward Road West and stopped outside Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters have already left
21:31 at Tsim Sha Tsui: Protestors building barricades on Nathan Road again
Fire at barricade near HK police HQ put out. Police special squad clearing debris. Water cannon vehicle nearby. (8.31 #hkprotest )
The fire has been put out, and riot police have moved in. Protesters have further retreated towards the east
More scenes as protesters lit a makeshift barricade on fire in Wanchai on Saturday evening. In full: Photo: @SiuSinGallery HKFP.
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