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Mall clashes at latest Hong Kong anti-extradition march

Mall clashes at latest Hong Kong anti-extradition march

Riot police and protesters fought running battles in a Hong Kong shopping mall Sunday night as unrest caused by a widely loathed plan to allow extraditions to mainland China showed no sign of abating.

Taiwan president leaves for US, warns of threat from 'overseas forces'

Taiwan president leaves for US, warns of threat from 'overseas forces'

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen headed for the United States on Thursday on a trip that has angered Beijing, warning that democracy must be defended and the island faced threats from "overseas forces"

Chinese tycoon arrested for suspected child molesting

Chinese tycoon arrested for suspected child molesting

A billionaire Chinese property tycoon was formally arrested for suspected child molestation Wednesday, state media said, in a case that has sparked anger over attempts to censor the incident.

QSE looks to lure investments from China, other Asian countries

QSE looks to lure investments from China, other Asian countries

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) is actively pursuing a strategy to lure investments from China, Hong Kong, Singapore and other Asian countries as part further diversifying its investor base,

Hong Kong protesters march again, reaching out to Chinese visitors

Hong Kong protesters march again, reaching out to Chinese visitors

Tens of thousands of protesters marched through one of Hong Kong's most popular tourist areas on Sunday, trying to gain support from mainland Chinese..

Wife of China's Meng, former Interpol chief, sues agency

Wife of China's Meng, former Interpol chief, sues agency

The wife of the former head of Interpol, who was detained in his native China, said on Sunday she had sued the global police cooperation agency for failing to protect his family and complicity in what she called China's "wrongful acts".

'Dancing aunties' spark new Hong Kong protest

'Dancing aunties' spark new Hong Kong protest

Renewed confrontations broke out between police and protesters in Hong Kong on Saturday evening -- this time sparked by anger over provocative "dancing aunties" who have long vexed local residents near the border with China.

China tells UK to 'refrain' from Hong Kong 'interference'

China tells UK to 'refrain' from Hong Kong 'interference'

China warned Britain on Wednesday that it must "refrain from further interference" in Hong Kong's protests or risk "further damaging" its relationship with Beijing.

Hong Kong grapples with protest aftermath as China demands criminal probe

Hong Kong grapples with protest aftermath as China demands criminal probe

Hong Kong Tuesday grappled with the aftermath of a night of unprecedented anti-government protests which saw parliament ransacked, as Beijing called for a criminal probe

Taiwan's president to visit US in July, angering China

Taiwan's president to visit US in July, angering China

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen will spend four nights in the United States in July while visiting Caribbean diplomatic allies, her government said on Monday, angering China, which urged Washington not to allow her to visit.

Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters vandalise legislature

Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters vandalise legislature

Hong Kong police fired tear gas to try to disperse hundreds of protesters, some of whom stormed the legislature, destroyed pictures and daubed walls with graffiti

Farewell ceremony for ambassadors

Farewell ceremony for ambassadors

HE the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr Ahmed bin Hassan al-Hammadi, on Wednesday held a farewell ceremony in honour of the outgoing ambassadors