Police re-enter Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University and remove a newly discovered cache of petrol bombs left behind by anti-government protesters last month.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says relief measures to be introduced in near-term, while slamming US law supporting protesters.
Hong Kong anti-government protesters plan two-hour rallies at lunchtime for the next five days in the financial hub's central business district, according to online posts.
Hong Kong braces for renewed weekend protests; police to withdraw from a university that has witnessed some of the worst clashes with anti-government protesters.
President Trump signs into law legislation requiring US govt to annually certify Hong Kong’s autonomy to justify favorable US trading terms; China slams move.
Hong Kong's Cross-Harbor Tunnel reopens after two weeks; security personnel comb Polytechnic University for any remaining anti-government protesters.
As protests roil Hong Kong, China sets up crisis command center in a villa in Shenzhen across the border and considers replacing liaison chief.
Pro-democracy candidates in Hong Kong score landslide win in council elections as residents vote in record numbers amid political crisis over China’s role in city.
Hong Kong police appear prepared to wait out the last group of about 100 anti-government protesters trapped inside besieged university.
Hong Kong chief executive urges humane resolution to campus standoff as last group of about 100 protesters remain holed up in Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Hong Kong condemns attack on the city’s justice secretary, Teresa Cheng, who was pushed to the ground in London by protesters shouting ‘murderer’.
Protesters paralyze parts of Hong Kong for a fourth straight day, forcing school closures, blocking highways and disrupting rail services amid an escalation in violence.
Hong Kong prepares for further violence on Wednesday as anti-government protesters vow to shut down parts of the city for a third day.
Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, 22, dies of wounds suffered when he fell as police dispersed anti-govt protesters last weekend.
Junius Ho, a hardline pro-Beijing legislator in Hong Kong, hospitalized after knife attack.