HONG KONG — Two members of Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing establishment appeared to break ranks with the city’s embattled leader on Friday, saying publicly that an…View More Members of Hong Kong’s Pro-Beijing Bloc Say Extradition Bill Needs Delay
Here’s what you need to know: Legislature holds off debate as protesters regroup. The president of the Legislative Council said Thursday that the lawmaking body…View More Hong Kong Protests Live Updates: Legislature Postpones Extradition Debate Again
HONG KONG — Riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets in downtown Hong Kong on Wednesday as they repelled tens of thousands of protesters…View More Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets at Extradition Protesters
If we are to believe Carrie Lam, the chief executive of the Hong Kong government, the hundreds of thousands of people who marched through the…View More Opinion | The Hong Kong Protests Are About More Than an Extradition Law
HONG KONG — Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, said Monday she had no intention of withdrawing contentious legislation that would allow extraditions to mainland…View More Hong Kong Leader Says She Won’t Back Down on Bill That Provoked Huge Protest
In April, the dictator who ruled Sudan for 30 years was toppled, after months of pro-democracy protests and the decision of career generals to heed…View More What’s Happening in Sudan? A Guide to the Revolution and Continuing Conflict
A day after security forces violently cleared the main protest camp in Khartoum, the leaders of Sudan’s protest movement rejected a plan by the nation’s…View More Sudan’s Protesters Reject Military Plan a Day After Bloody Crackdown
LONDON — Armed with a giant orange President Trump balloon, protesters against the American leader’s state visit to Britain have vowed to bring central London…View More Protesters Vow to Bring London to a Standstill During Trump’s Visit
GÖTTINGEN, Germany — When the tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square in Beijing on June 4, 1989, many Hong Kongers watched in horror on their TVs.…View More Opinion | The Death of Hong Kong as We Know It?
BEIJING — He has become a global symbol of freedom and defiance, immortalized in photos, television shows, posters and T-shirts. But three decades after the…View More 30 Years After Tiananmen, ‘Tank Man’ Remains an Icon and a Mystery
Thirty years after the deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators, the Chinese government has been largely successful in suppressing public knowledge of it at…View More ‘In the Streets, Anguish, Fury and Tears’
CAIRO — Sudan’s military and civilian protest leaders said on Wednesday that they had agreed on a three-year transition to democratic rule, raising hopes for…View More Sudan’s Military and Protesters Agree to 3-Year Transition
On a recent afternoon, a crowd had gathered in the auditorium of the People’s Forum, a new event space in Midtown Manhattan. There was a…View More This 86-Year-Old Socialist May Save (or Sink) the Democrats
BEIJING — One hundred years after thousands of Chinese students marched on Tiananmen Square in a watershed revolt, President Xi Jinping was expected on Tuesday…View More Xi Praises a Student Protest in China. From 100 Years Ago.