Hong Kong Protests, Hong Kong, Mike Pompeo

Hong Kong Protests, Hong Kong

Pompeo urges China to respect Hong Kong protesters' rights

Pompeo urges China to respect Hong Kong protesters' rights

21.8.2019

Pompeo urges China to respect Hong Kong protesters' rights

WASHINGTON: In interviews on Tuesday (Aug 20), US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated Washington's calls for China to honour its one ...

In an editorial on Tuesday, China’s influential state-run tabloid, The Global Times, called comments by US Vice President Mike Pence on Monday linking the trade talks to the Hong Kong protests"outrageous".

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang declined direct comment on the Twitter and Facebook actions, but defended the right of Chinese people to make their voices heard.

Read more: CNA

Pompeo says China should respect Hong Kong protesters' rights HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Secretary of State Michael Pompeo called on China to respect Hong Kong demonstrators' rights and to fulfil its pledge to uphold one country with two systems of government.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Worker at Britain’s Hong Kong consulate is feared detained in ChinaHONG KONG — China has detained an employee of the British Consulate in Hong Kong after he crossed the border into the mainland, his family and his girlfriend said, raising fears that Chinese authorities might be targeting travellers they suspect of supporting the Hong Kong protests.

Twitter, Facebook accuse China of using fake accounts to undermine Hong Kong protestsTwitter Inc and Facebook Inc said on Monday they had dismantled a state-backed information operation originating in mainland China that sought ...

China plans to make Shenzhen a 'better place' than Hong KongChina's government has unveiled plans to boost the mainland city of Shenzhen and make it into what state media called a 'better place' than ...

China plans to make Shenzhen a 'better place' than Hong KongChina's government has unveiled plans to boost the mainland city of Shenzhen and make it into what state media called a 'better place' than neighbouring Hong Kong , following another huge pro-democracy rally in the semi-autonomous financial hub. Weeks of rallies, demonstrations, and occupations

China lashes Taiwan over offer to Hong Kong protestersBEIJING: China slammed Taiwan Monday (Aug 19) for offering asylum to Hong Kong people facing prosecution for involvement in anti-government ...

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