Hong Kong Student Protests Disrupt Travel And Businesses

HONG KONG, Sept 29 – Pro-democracy protests brought widespread travel chaos toHong KongMonday with many schools and businesses shuttered but the city’s stock exchange said it would operate as usual. As commuters tried to make their way to work, crowds of defiant demonstrators controlled a number of major thoroughfares and intersections in

Hong Kong Protests: What You Need To Know?

Hong Kong, Sept 29 — Hong Kong is in the midst of its longest series of political protests since the 1997 handover. Pro-democracy activists say they are making good on a long-threatened vow to try and paralyze the city’s financial district — a key business hub for the region and beyond

Hong Kong Paralyzed, Democracy Turn Into Violent

Hong Kong, Sept 29 – After a day of tense protests in Hong Kong in which at least 26 people were injured, organizers called on tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators in the Chinese territory to head home late Sunday. The sometimes violent demonstrations follow a week of student-led boycotts and protests

Guan Eng Demands Answers Over 1MDB Land In Penang

GEORGETOWN, Sept 24 – As more questions surface about the 1Malaysia Development Board (1MDB) and its lack of transparency, the Penang government is pushing for answers to the sovereign fund’s purchase of land in the state. With debts reportedly amounting to around RM38 billion after operating for five years, Chief Minister

Are You Serious About Sedition Probe, DAP Asks Zahid

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 – DAP today wondered whether Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was serious about commencing investigations into seditious remarks within 24 hours of a report being lodged, especially when it involved Umno ministers and himself. Party adviser Lim Kit Siang in a statement today said this was referring

Hikers Fear To Dead Near Japan Volcano Summit

BREAKING NEWS: Japan’s national media has reported that 30 hikers have been found in a state of “cardiopulmonary” arrest near the peak of the volcano that erupted on Saturday. The victims have been described as not breathing and their hearts have stopped, which is the customary way for Japanese authorities to

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