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Demonstrators from both camps square off in front of a metro station in the western city of Vancouver, home to a large Chinese community, with the crowds separated by police
The deal formalizes the creation of a transition administration that will be guided by an 11-member sovereign council, comprised of 6 civilians and 5 military figures
(UPDATED) Sunday's rally at the city's Victoria Park is an attempt to wrestle the narrative of the protest back
Sudanese protesters and army representatives are set to sign a transition deal, paving the way for a civilian-led government in Sudan. Here's a timeline of events leading up to that deal.
The new marches came as thousands of pro-government supporters gathered in a park to condemn their opponents and support the police
In the sprawling mainland city known for its high-tech market, many Shenzhen residents say they do not support the protests in Hong Kong, which has seen 10 weeks of pro-democracy rallies
The actress is set to play Mulan in Disney's upcoming live-action remake
(UPDATED) In a statement, Cathay Pacific says Hogg has resigned 'to take responsibility as a leader of the Company in view of recent events'
For other countries with axes to grind against China, in the next several decades Hong Kong will always provide an opportunity to hit Beijing where it hurts
Activists are planning a major rally on Sunday, August 18, billed as a 'rational, non-violent' protest to show the movement still maintains broad public support after suffering a setback earlier in the week
Alain Robert says his climb's message was to make 'an urgent appeal for peace and consultation between Hong Kong people and their government'
China's ambassador to London, Liu Xiaoming, says Beijing will not 'sit by and watch', warning that his government had 'enough solutions and enough power to quell the unrest swiftly'
Former senior UN official Abdalla Hamdok, who stepped down last year as deputy executive secretary of the UN's Economic Commission for Africa, is due to be formally selected on August 20
A tweet by the US president appears to link a trade deal with Beijing to the resolution of a standoff with Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters
Researchers from 4 of the city's universities survey participants across 12 protests – including mass rallies and 'fluid' and 'static' demonstrations – between June 9 and August 4
The airline says one of the pilots is currently involved in legal proceedings, while the other 'misused company information on Flight CX216/12 August'
Away from the current clashes between police and protesters, artists and digital activists are using parodies and humor to protest the crackdown
(UPDATED) It is the second time this week that China has sought to frame the protests as 'terrorism'
The US president has no words in support of the protestors as Hong Kong experiences its largest crisis since the British handover of its former colony to China in 1997
Beijing is sending increasingly ominous signals that the unrest must end, with state-run media showing videos of security forces gathering across the Hong Kong border
Flight cancellations continue on Tuesday evening, August 13, amid the protests in Hong Kong
One gets the impression the HK leadership is fatigued by the crisis. Carrie Lam’s statement that the path of no return is approaching may signal a preference to pass the responsibility on to another authority.
Asia's financial hub has seen various demonstrations that drew huge crowds condemning undemocratic policies and actions of government
(UPDATED) The two days of protests at the airport, one of the busiest in the world, have raised the stakes yet again
(UPDATED) Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam warns of the dangerous consequences facing the city if escalating violence at the rallies is not curbed
(3rd UPDATE) Passengers with luggage are being checked in at the departures hall and information boards show several flights are already boarding or about to depart
Russia accuses foreign governments and media, including video website YouTube, of backing the demonstrations, which are held to demand free local elections
Instead of being met by smiling relatives and friends, passengers arriving at the airport are greeted by thousands of pro-democracy activists chanting 'fight with Hong Kong, fight for freedom!'
More than 5,000 pro-democracy protesters flooded Hong Kong International Airport prompting cancellations of flights. With more than 1,000 flights daily, where will this lead to?
A massive protest at the Hong Kong International Airport forces the cancellation of flights on Monday, August 12
(3rd UPDATE) Authorities say they are working to reopen the airport by 6 am Tuesday, August 13, but hundreds of protesters have remained in the arrivals hall well into the night with no sign of leaving
Cathay Pacific tells its employees that 'there will be disciplinary consequences' if they support or participate in Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests
Cathay Pacific appears to have become a target of China's ire after some of its crew joined the protests in Hong Kong
Authorities say at least 1,400 people were arrested during hte demonstration against Russian President Vladimir Putin
(3rd UPDATE) Activists calling for greater democratic freedoms in the city show no sign of standing down, despite Hong Kong's leader insisting she will not meet their demands
The Chinese foreign ministry says it was 'wrong' for British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to call Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam
'We have zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour that affects the safe operation of our flights and the service experience we provide to our customers,' says Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg
Tens of thousands take to the streets in Russia, again calling for fair elections after several opposition figures were excluded from Moscow polls set for September
The rallies come after Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she would grant no concessions to demonstrators
'Compared to the economic downturn caused by SARS that we handled previously, even to the (2008) economic crisis, the situation this time is more severe,' says Carrie Lam
'No rioters, only tyranny,' the demonstrators chant as they begin a three-day action – the latest in a string of protests that have rocked the international financial hub for more than two months
'Got it, General. DFA firing off diplomatic protest,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr after Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenza urged the government to ask China why its ships were in Philippine waters
A State Department official says representatives of the US government 'meet regularly with a wide cross section of people across Hong Kong and Macau... This is what American diplomats do every single day around the world.'
The US warning comes after countries including Australia, Britain, Ireland, Singapore, and Japan issued heightened travel warnings for Hong Kong
Hong Kongers initiate a so-called laser show at the harbourfront space museum, euphemistically inviting others to 'stargaze' together — which laser pointers can also be used for
Hundreds of lawyers dressed in black march under the scorching sun from the city's highest court to the justice secretary's office
At a press briefing in Beijing, Yang Guang, spokesman for the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council, says 'those who play with fire will perish by it'
Dressed in the movement's signature yellow construction helmets and hiding their identities with face masks, the two young men and one woman bill their gathering as a civilian press conference 'by the people, for the people'
A general strike in Hong Kong disrupts flights on Monday, August 5
While the atmosphere is relaxed and good humored, the people at the camp, many of them new to activism, are all quite serious about their goal – to learn the techniques used by the new generation of climate campaigners