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China media, HK government bristle at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions
Sunday,  May 31, 2020,17:14 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG/BEIJING (REUTERS) - China’s state media and the government of Hong Kong lashed out on Sunday at U.S. President Donald Trump’s vow to end Hong Kong’s special status if Beijing imposes new national security laws on the city, which is bracing for fresh protests.
Saturday,  May 30, 2020,15:40 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Senior Hong Kong government officials lashed out on Saturday at moves by U.S. President Donald Trump to strip the city of its special status in a bid to punish China for imposing national security laws on the global financial hub.
Friday,  May 29, 2020,16:51 (GMT+7)
BEIJING (REUTERS) - China will attack Taiwan if there is no other way of stopping it from becoming independent, one of the country’s most senior generals said on Friday, in a rhetorical escalation from China aimed at the democratic island Beijing claims as its own.
Friday,  May 29, 2020,12:41 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong told the United States to keep out of the internal debate over new national security laws being imposed by China, and warned that withdrawal of the financial hub’s special status under U.S. law could backfire on the U.S. economy.
Thursday,  May 28, 2020,17:41 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG/BEIJING (REUTERS) - China’s parliament approved a decision on Thursday to go forward with national security legislation for Hong Kong that democracy activists in the city and Western countries fear could endanger its special autonomy and freedoms.
Wednesday,  May 27, 2020,17:29 (GMT+7)
WELLINGTON (REUTERS) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be presented to both governments in early June.
Wednesday,  May 27, 2020,13:09 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong deployed riot police around the Legislative Council on Wednesday as activists called for protests against a bill to criminalise disrespect of the Chinese anthem, amid soaring tensions over perceived threats to the city’s freedoms.
Wednesday,  May 27, 2020,08:42 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hundreds of riot police took up posts around Hong Kong’s legislature overnight, as protests were expected on Wednesday over a bill criminalising disrespect of China’s national anthem and against plans by Beijing to impose national security laws.
Tuesday,  May 26, 2020,12:18 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that Beijing’s proposed national security laws would not trample on the city’s rights and freedoms and called on its citizens to wait to see the details of the legislation.
Monday,  May 25, 2020,18:26 (GMT+7)
TOKYO (REUTERS) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that Japan will lift a state of emergency for Tokyo and four remaining areas later in the day but that it could be reimposed if the pace of infections picked up.
Monday,  May 25, 2020,12:49 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong’s security chief said “terrorism” was growing in the city, as government departments rallied on Monday behind Beijing’s plans to introduce national security laws and after thousands took to the streets to protest against the move.
Monday,  May 25, 2020,08:34 (GMT+7)
TAIPEI (REUTERS) - Taiwan will provide the people of Hong Kong with “necessary assistance”, Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen said, after a resurgence in protests in the Chinese ruled territory against newly proposed national security legislation from Beijing.
Sunday,  May 24, 2020,10:02 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG/BEIJING (REUTERS) - China’s foreign ministry branch in Hong Kong dismissed concerns that its proposed national security laws for the city would harm foreign investors, hitting back at “meddling” countries as Beijing’s ties with Washington soured further.
Saturday,  May 23, 2020,11:07 (GMT+7)
HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Chinese plans to impose national security laws on Hong Kong could see mainland intelligence agencies set up bases there, raising fears of direct law enforcement and what the United States branded a “death knell” for the city’s autonomy.
Friday,  May 22, 2020,21:45 (GMT+7)
BEIJING/TAIPEI (REUTERS) – Chinese Premier Li Keqiang left out the word “peaceful” on Friday in referring to Beijing’s desire to “reunify” with Chinese-claimed Taiwan, an apparent policy shift that comes as ties with Taipei continue on a downward spiral.
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