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Protesters, police clash in HK


Protesters clash with police during a demonstration outside the Hong Kong Legislative Council yesterday.
Photo: AFP

Hong Kong police yesterday fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters who had massed outside government headquarters in opposition to a proposed extradition bill that has become a lightning rod for concerns over greater Chinese control in the territory.

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Revoke HK’s special status, NPP says


A poster calling for Hong Kong students studying in Taiwan to launch a strike in front of the Hong Kong Economic, Trade and Cultural Office in Taipei at 10am today is shown in this image posted on Facebook.
Photo courtesy of Ho Wing-tung

New Power Party (NPP) legislators and a coalition of civic groups yesterday urged the government to cancel the special legal status granted to Hong Kong officials and investors with Chinese ties amid growing concerns over a Hong Kong extradition bill.

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China’s plans to bloody US’ nose

China is likely planning to give the US a “bloody nose” in Asia — economically and militarily.

This would be a turnabout of the tactic Washington openly considered in late 2017: launching a limited military strike to give the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a taste of the consequences it would suffer if it persisted in its nuclear and missile testing and threats.

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Hong Kongers protest extradition law


People march along a main street in a protest against a proposed extradition law in Hong Kong yesterday.
Photo: AP

Huge crowds yesterday thronged Hong Kong as anger swelled over a plan to allow extradition to mainland China, a proposal that has sparked the biggest public backlash against the territory’s pro-Beijing leadership in years.

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Lai urges president Tsai to ‘pass baton’


Former premier William Lai, left, and President Tsai Ing-wen, right, greet each other yesterday at the beginning of the party’s televised presidential primary debate on Chinese Television System.
Photo courtesy of the Democratic Progressive Party

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and former premier William Lai (賴清德) yesterday faced off in a televised platform presentation as part of the Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) presidential primary, with Tsai again urging Lai to join her as her running mate and Lai calling on Tsai to “pass the baton.”

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Youth group working with China units


The Mainland Affairs Council logo is displayed at the council in Taipei on Jan. 9.
Photo: Chung Li-hua, Taipei Times

Summer tours to China organized by the China Youth Corps are being conducted in collaboration with Chinese propaganda units, the Mainland Affairs Council said on Thursday.

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Police detained dozens of activists and petitioners in Beijing and elsewhere in China as US President Barack Obama arrived on his first state visit to the country, friends, family members and a human rights group said yesterday.

International rights groups have urged Obama to raise human rights concerns during a four-day trip to China that began on Sunday night and will include a meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao (胡錦濤). China frequently conducts crackdowns on dissent ahead of major events, such as last year’s Olympics and this year’s National Day celebrations.