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Hong Kong's lawmakers resign en masse after China ousts four pro-democracy legislators
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Hong Kong's lawmakers resign en masse after China ousts four pro-democracy legislators

This development comes after China's National People's Congress Standing Committee passed a resolution stating that those who refuse to acknowledge China's sovereignty over the city should be disqualified from the legislature

Hong Kong Open: BWF Super 500 event to continue as per schedule despite fresh pro-democracy protests
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Hong Kong Open: BWF Super 500 event to continue as per schedule despite fresh pro-democracy protests

Badminton's Hong Kong Open began Tuesday despite fresh pro-democracy protests across the financial hub with a number of the city's players qualifying for the main draw to delight their home fans.

NBA: Shaquille O'Neal backs Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey over Hong Kong pro-democracy tweet
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NBA: Shaquille O'Neal backs Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey over Hong Kong pro-democracy tweet

NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal gave his support to Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey on Tuesday, saying the executive "was right" in his comments that ignited a furore between the NBA and China.

'UK save Hong Kong': Pro-democracy groups rally outside British consulate; police use tear gas, water cannons to quell violent protests
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'UK save Hong Kong': Pro-democracy groups rally outside British consulate; police use tear gas, water cannons to quell violent protests

As protests over a now-abandoned plan to allow extraditions to mainland China entered the 15th week, pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain's consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday

Asia stocks slump on recession fears after Dow suffers worst day of year; US bond yields plunge
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Asia stocks slump on recession fears after Dow suffers worst day of year; US bond yields plunge

The intensifying US-China trade war shows no signs of resolution and the flight to bonds signal the growing fears of a global recession