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At the six-month mark, about 89% of Hong Kongers believe a combination of peaceful protests and radical tactics can achieve the best outcome.
Hong Kong’s protests saw a dramatic November, with a campus siege and local elections. A protester takes stock at the six-month mark.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made his first visit in four years to South Korea to thaw strategic relations and promote regional stability.
President Trump’s decision to sign two bills aimed at protecting the territory’s special status prompted Thanksgiving Day celebrations in Hong Kong.
A couple drinks tea at a restaurant overlooking the Kalyan Mosque, Kalyan Minaret, and Mir-i-arab Madrassa in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, on Aug. 29, 2019. The minaret was built in 1127.
Hong Kong’s district council elections were a key win for pro-democracy parties, signaling support for protesters’ demands.
Pro-democracy candidates won 90% of the 452 seats in Hong Kong's local elections, as voters sent a signal of support for anti-government protests.
The Pacific islanders will have two weeks, starting Nov. 23, 2019, to decide if they want to split from Papua New Guinea.
City leaders attempt to restore order before elections this weekend. A small group of protestors remain on a university campus, resisting police.
Hong Kong's democracy movement has taken a violent turn. Protesters barricaded inside a university campus are fighting police in order to escape.
China tested a Mars lander Tuesday and hopes to launch the lander next year. Earlier this year, Chinese scientists successfully landed a moon probe.
Hong Kong’s protests have dominated headlines for months. But today’s crisis has roots in deeper divides with the mainland that date back generations.
African swine fever’s hit on China’s pork supplies may threaten perceptions of the government and its ability to keep raising living standards.
As clashes between police and the largely student-led protest movement intensify, university students from elsewhere are fleeing Hong Kong.
China is limiting development on the Tibetan plateau as it prepares to launch a national parks system based on global best practices and new science.
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