BREAKING: US to impose sanctions on China if they move forward with new Hong Kong crackdown
Lisa Abramowicz ()
If Beijing follows through on its plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong, “it will be a huge test for the Trump administration as to whether its tough talk on China is just talk.” The vote is May 28.
Noticias 24 ()
#QuédateEnCasa #YoApoyoLaCuarentena Vuelven las protestas a Hong Kong contra la ley de seguridad
Watch: Hong Kong police fired volleys of tear gas as thousands took to the streets to march against China’s proposed tough national security legislation for the city
Joshua Wong 黃之鋒 😷 ()
We must stand up and fight back. More than thousands of HKers take back to the street again, including @SunnyCheungky, #JannelleLeung, #TiffanyYuen and I. Time is running out in Hong Kong. We need to try our best to oppose the evil national security law.
Nathan Law 羅冠聰 😷 ()
Clearly, the Hong Kong police now are free from legal consequences.
Nathan Law 羅冠聰 😷 ()
Sea of people reappeared in Hong Kong to protest the upcoming National Security Law which endanger the freedom and safety of Hong Kong people.
I’ve long said that Hong Kong is the new Berlin, and the United States must stand strong with our allies and hold the line against the spread of the Chinese Communist Party.
#LockdownNaoViverEPreciso Ditadura, China avança para tomar poder total em Hong Kong
Samuel Sinyangwe ()
Because they’re a more advanced nation? Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong are at least 50 years ahead of the US and this is quite apparent as soon as you get there.
Tom Cotton ()
Chairman Xi and his Communist thugs once again show their disregard for Hong Kong’s promised autonomy and freedom. There must be consequences for Beijing’s tyrannical actions against the people of Hong Kong.
The New York Times ()
Breaking News: China is pushing for sweeping new laws that would tighten its grip over Hong Kong, a move that could reignite protests in the city
BBC Breaking News ()
China proposing new security laws for Hong Kong which opponents fear may restrict freedoms and spark new protests
Department of State ()
[email protected]: Our decision on whether or not to certify Hong Kong as having “a high degree of autonomy” from China is still pending. We’re closely watching what’s going on there.
Carole Cadwalladr ()
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