The attack comes as citizens publish a report saying unchecked abuse of police power is undermining the rule of law.
The agreement comes as Zhao Ziyang's family mark the centenary of his birth at his former residence in Beijing.
Ma Houzhi was detained in 2009 in the southwestern city of Chongqing as he tried to get Bo's support for a Maoist splinter party.
The bloody attack comes after chief executive Carrie Lam cuts short her policy address amid heckling by pro-democracy lawmakers.
The bill, if passed by the Senate, would allow the US to sanction officials seen as violating rights in the city.
Li Biyun and her brother and sister face charges of 'theft' and 'obstructing officials in the course of their duties.'
Journalists and students alike are demanding a fuller investigation into reports and suspicions of police violence.
Protesters want Congress to pass a law that could lead to sanctions of local officials and police over human rights violations in the city.
Some 80 percent of smartphone users in China have Android phones, and the app could potentially gain superuser access to all of their devices.
The city's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) announces further station closures 'because of of the escalation of the situation' in several neighborhoods.
Fu Hailu had hoped to start again following his release, but police have pressured his landlord to terminate the family's lease.
Journalists have also hit out at police over their targeting of members of the press with rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray after a reporter lost vision in one eye.
Bilateral disputes over maritime region can be settled through diplomacy, says Lt. Gen. Noel Clement.
Nationals from Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam were among those arrested.
The embassy calls the unnamed politician’s support for protesters 'an irresponsible act.'
The move comes after the company was slammed by the Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily.
The anonymously leaked news emerges as Congress debates the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.
The protests come amid widespread public anger at the city's MassTransit Railway over its willingness to work directly with police.
Apple's support for the 'poisonous' app has hurt the feelings of the Chinese people, ruling party newspaper the People's Daily says.
The government also denies reports it is planning to build an "anti-terrorism" police facility near the controversial San Uk Ling Holding Center.
China bans broadcasts of Houston Rockets games and deletes South Park clips after getting targeted by the satirical show.
He Weitong, brother of Peking University law professor He Weifang, was detained after posting an Islamic State execution video to protest against a visit by the Taliban.
The ban took effect on Saturday, prompting city-wide demonstrations by thousands of masked protesters.
Protesters say the government's use of a draconian emergency powers law could lead to further restrictions without recourse to the legislature.
A mask ban could be the thin end of a wedge that could see all manner of controls imposed on people and property, analysts warn.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam uses colonial-era emergency laws to ban the wearing of face-masks in public.
Thousands turn out in support of a schoolboy shot in the chest by police, calling for the force to be disbanded.
The activists had hit out at the lavish use of taxpayers' money on an October 1 military parade, and the rubber-stamp nature of the National People's Congress.
Western Europe, North America, and Asia largely hold negative views of the Communist nation.
Pro-democracy protesters vandalize pro-China businesses and subway stations after city-wide clashes on Oct. 1.