Cathay Pacific has warned that it would sack staff taking part in illegal protests in Hong Kong, saying it would take a “zero tolerance” approach, as its shares ...
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KEEM 🍿 on Twitter: "Can someone explained to me these protest in Hong Kong??? I’ve been searching for like the last 15 minutes and can’t find like an actual answer?"
Nancy Pelosi on Twitter: "The escalating use of force perpetrated against the #HongKong protestors is extremely alarming. In the Congress, Democrats & Republicans continue to stand united with the people of Hong Kong in demanding their right to a hopeful, free & democratic future. https://t.co/2IArliVxj0"
Rep. Joe Kennedy III on Twitter: "The U.S. cannot lose its voice when human rights are on the line. We stand with the people of Hong Kong in protest, peace and solidarity."
Kamala Harris on Twitter: "I stand with the people of Hong Kong and affirm the fundamental right of all people to peacefully protest for their rights. The President of the United States should call for the same."
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