Cathay Pacific ‘could sack staff’ after Beijing draws line on protests  South China Morning Post

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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The increasingly violent protests since June have emerged as Hong Kong's most serious crisis in decades and become one of the biggest challenges to Chinese leader Xi Jinping since he took power in 2012.The increasingly violent protests since June have emerged as Hong Kong's most serious crisis in decades and become one of the biggest challenges to Chinese leader Xi Jinping since he took power in 2012.

After weekend of violence Hong Kong braces for more protests - National | Globalnews.ca

Over the past month, scenes of peaceful demonstration have been overshadowed by images of confrontation between mob-like crowds and police Over the past month, scenes of peaceful demonstration have been overshadowed by images of confrontation between mob-like crowds and police

How Hong Kong’s protesters have ‘already reached a point of no return’ - The Globe and Mail

Police fired tear gas late Sunday afternoon to try to disperse a demonstration in Hong Kong as protesters took over streets in two parts of the Asian financial capital, blocking traffic and setting up another night of likely showdowns with riot police.Police fired tear gas late Sunday afternoon to try to disperse a demonstration in Hong Kong as protesters took over streets in two parts of the Asian financial capital, blocking traffic and setting up another night of likely showdowns with riot police.

Tear gas fired in Hong Kong with no end in sight to protests | CTV News

“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?”

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?"

“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”

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"

“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.”

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."

“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.”

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."

Protesters severely crippled operations at Hong Kong’s international airport for a second day Tuesday, forcing authorities to cancel all remaining flights out of the city after demonstrators took over the terminals as part of their push for democratic reforms.

Protesters cripple Hong Kong airport for a second day

Hong Kong's airport reopens, more than 200 flights cancelled | TRT World

HK government condemns violent protests - Hong Kong, Aug 12 : The Hong Kong government on Monday condemned violent anti-government protests the day before, including an incident where a police officer was injured when demonstrators hurled petrol bombs Hong Kong, Aug 12 : The Hong Kong government on Monday condemned violent anti-government protests the day before, including an incident where a police officer was injured when demonstrators hurled petrol bombs

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By Clare Jim and Greg Torode HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's airport halted flights on Monday, blaming demonstrators for the disruption, while ...By Clare Jim and Greg Torode HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's airport halted flights on Monday, blaming demonstrators for the disruption, ...

Hong Kong airport grinds to halt; China likens protests to terrorism - SWI swissinfo.ch

While China might be exploiting fears of a bloody "Tiananmen" crackdown on Hong Kong's protest movement, analysts say the potentially catastrophic economic and political consequences will deter Beijing from any overt boots-on-the ground intervention.While China might be exploiting fears of a bloody

Would China risk another Tiananmen in Hong Kong?

HONG KONG — Metro stations in Hong Kong resumed regular service on Monday and streets were being cleaned of debris as the city recovered from another night of violent clashes between anti-government protesters and police, with more protests planned this week.HONG KONG — Metro stations in Hong Kong resumed regular service on Monday and streets were being cleaned of debris as the city recovered from another night of violent clashes between anti-government protesters and police, with more protests planned this week.

Hong Kong mops up after weekend of violence, braces for more protests | Financial Post

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

Hong Kong police are showing off water cannons as pro-democracy street protests in the Chinese region stretch into their 10th week. The Monday demonstration of specially equipped armoured cars came after another weekend of protests at Hong Kong’s bustling international airport and on the streets of one of the city’s main shopping districts. Website Hong […]

Hong Kong police demonstrate water cannon as protests linger

Shares in Cathay Pacific Airways <0293.HK> closed at a 10-year low on Monday after the Hong Kong flag carrier became caught in crosswinds between Beijing and pro-democracy groups in the Asian financial hub.Shares in Cathay Pacific Airways <0293.HK> closed at a 10-year low on Monday aft...

Cathay Pacific shares slump after China cracks down on staff protests - Reuters

Hong Kong, a city whose main business is, well, doing business, is facing an existential problem.After two months of protests, violence and shutdownsWhen even civil servants go on strike, city must fear for future

Hong Kong's economic troubles are just beginning - Nikkei Asian Review

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