Mainland Chinese residents are called in for questioning by police after tweeting information about recent protests in the city.
Wang Quanzhang's wife Li Wenzu says she fears the refusal to allow family visits is linked to a bid to cover up wrongdoing by the authorities.
Protesters are calling for the release of those arrested and for total withdrawal of a bill that would allow the rendition of alleged criminal suspects to mainland China.
Rights activists and lawyers hit out at chief executive Carrie Lam's defense of the use of tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets.
Protesters plan a series of mass civil disobedience actions outside government headquarters after Carrie Lam's administration refuses to respond to their demands.
Meng Hongwei 'confesses' to accepting US $2 million in bribes, which analysts say is an improbably low figure.
Fight broke out between Chinese, Bangladeshi workers after a man fell to his death at Chinese-funded power plant.
Liu had posted a photo of himself hawking pesticides in the street to underline his unemployed status since a 2015 crackdown on rights lawyers and activists.
Student unions plan to escalate protests with mass civil disobedience if their demands aren't met by close of business on Thursday.
Former 1989 student leader Wang Dan says the U.N. Human Rights Council should probe China's rights record linked to the Tiananmen massacre.
President Duterte seeks to downplay ramming of Filipino boat by Chinese ship.
Protesters and journalists call for the authorities to be held accountable for last week's police violence.
Police in the northern province of Shaanxi question a man who forwarded video of Sunday's two million-strong protests against renditions to mainland China.
Wong, released a day after a record-breaking protest against a planned renditions law, also calls for the resignation of chief executive Carrie Lam.
Another huge protest blocks traffic in the downtown area, amid calls for the resignation of chief executive Carrie Lam.
Groups opposing plans to allow renditions to mainland China say Sunday's march will go ahead, and call for leader's resignation.
Ambassador Zhao Jianhua promises swift action if the Chinese vessel involved in the incident is found to be at fault.
Several members of chief executive Carrie Lam's cabinet now say the government should at least delay the extradition law changes.
Activists are petitioning officials in the U.S. and Taipei to impose immigration curbs on Hong Kong officials who support renditions to China.
Beijing claims it didn't propose changes to Hong Kong's extradition laws, and hits out at US, EU responses.
Thailand was pressured by Beijing to file charges, rights groups, and the Falun Gong-linked Sound of Hope allege.
Beijing says incident at Recto Bank in the South China Sea was an accident.
Pro-democracy politicians say the plan to allow the rendition of alleged criminal suspects to face trial in mainland China should be withdrawn.
The city's legislature is forced to abandon a debate on allowing the rendition of alleged suspects to mainland China.
Vietnamese-flagged vessel rescues 22 fishermen, Manila’s defense chief says.
Surveillance aircraft being financed through “security assistance funding, and not national funds,” official says.
Peng Yonghe is beaten and his cell phone stolen, along with a warning to withdraw as Wang Mo's defense attorney.
Pro-democracy lawmakers and rights activists are calling on people to strike, boycott class, and shut down businesses to surround the legislature ahead of the debate.
Taiwan's president and leading political figures say Beijing's 'one country, two systems' formula must be utterly rejected by Taiwanese people.
Police fired pepper spray, tear gas and used batons to quell protesters angry at the government's refusal to alter course.