Hong Kong has given in to protests to an extradition bill that could have seen residents face trial in mainland China. DW meets an adviser to leader Carrie Lam, who sees no reason for her to go despite admitting failure.
The ongoing Hong Kong protests are increasing tensions between the special administrative region and the Chinese central government. There's no solution in sight, but what, exactly, is at stake? DW explains.
Activists in Hong Kong have locked hands across the city, echoing protests in the USSR three decades ago. Meanwhile, a Chinese daily reported a detained UK consulate official had been "soliciting prostitutes."
An extradition bill has sparked mass protests in Hong Kong. The bill has been stalled, but citizens want it scrapped and Chief Executive Carrie Lam ousted. DW looks at the pro-democracy movement's major milestones.
Protests in Hong Kong, an uprising in Venezuela, rising populism and Brexit impasse — all have become symbols of a world in crisis. DW's Conflict Zone looks back at recent interviews with key players.
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