Hong Kong Update

Reuters wins Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography of Hong Kong protests


The UK’s Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, is to be congratulated for making it clear that the UK will not be indifferent to those who abuse human rights in Hong Kong.

HK protesters say they were tortured in prison


Pro-democracy figures tell Hongkongers to ‘fight on’ as they appear in court on unlawful assembly charges

China says Hong Kong will never be calm unless violent protesters removed


Media tycoon Jimmy Lai not allowed to leave Hong Kong as part of his bail condition related to intimidation case at 2017 vigil

  • Lai has pleaded not guilty to a charge of threatening to injure a man during the June 4 vigil in Victoria Park
  • Along with two former lawmakers, he also faces allegations of taking part in an illegal assembly during last year’s anti-government protests

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