Hilton: British government remains shamefully silent on Hong Kong

Hilton: British government remains shamefully silent on Hong Kong

How China Is Framing the Hong Kong Protests | NYT News

How China Is Framing the Hong Kong Protests | NYT News

Foreign influence, terrorism, possible intervention. This is how China is trying to shape the story of what’s happening in Hong Kong. For weeks, antigovernment protests have gripped Hong Kong, with anger rising over China’s growing influence. The Chinese have responded by trying to control the …

Hong Kong Police Shot a Protester at Point-Blank Range, Here’s What Happened | Visual Investigations

Hong Kong Police Shot a Protester at Point-Blank Range, Here’s What Happened | Visual Investigations

This is the moment a Hong Kong police officer shot an antigovernment protester. [gunshot] It marks a major escalation: The first time an officer fired a live round at a demonstrator since protests began almost four months ago. The scene was chaotic and captured on …

Hear Hong Kong Protesters Read Their Final Goodbyes | The Dispatch

Hear Hong Kong Protesters Read Their Final Goodbyes | The Dispatch

[gun shots] Street battles are the new normal in Hong Kong, and they are getting more violent by the day. Police have fired live rounds on protesters and they have ramped up arrests. [sirens] Hardline protesters have become emboldened by the crackdown. They return week …

Hong Kong protests turn violent as police fire live ammunition

Hong Kong protests turn violent as police fire live ammunition

CONNELL: TO HONG KONG WHERE THE PROTESTS REALLY ESCALATED OVER THE WEEKEND. TEAR GAS, WATER CANNONS. A POLICE OFFICER EVEN FIRING A WARNING SHOT. FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT KITTY LOGAN JOINS WITH US THE LATEST. REPORTER: YEAH, POLICE USING LIVE FIRE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN …

Hong Kong protests will get rougher: Former CIA official

Hong Kong protests will get rougher: Former CIA official

STUART: DEMONSTRATION, CONFRONTATION CONTINUES. ASHLEY: YEAH. STUART: DENNIS WILDER, FORMER NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL DIRECTOR FOR CHINA, JOINS US ON THE PHONE. DENNIS YOU ARE IN HONG KONG, THAT CORRECT?>>NO. I’M IN WASHINGTON. STUART: I DO APOLOGIZE. I’M SORRY. MISTAKEN, MY FAULT. I’M SURPRISED TO SEE …