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Former HK leader pleads innocent
Hong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang, who ended his term in disgrace after accepting favors from tycoons, pleaded not guilty to bribery charges Tuesday at his high-profile corruption trial.
 
China warned Hong Kong it would not tolerate anyone using the city to damage mainland stability, Beijing's top official in the city said, as concerns rise over an emerging independence movement.
 
Hong Kong protests
Thousands of people march on the first day of 2017 at a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, Jan. 1. Nearly 5,000 people marched in the New Year's Day protest against an attempt by the semi-autonomous Chinese city's government to disqualify four pro-democracy lawmakers, police said.
 
Hong Kong reports 2nd human case of bird flu this season
Hong Kong on Friday confirmed its second human case of bird flu this season, days after an elderly man died of the virus.
 
Hong Kong's cats offer insight into city's past
Busy traffic, loud noise and constant passersby? Not a problem for these cats.
 
Two ousted pro-independence Hong Kong lawmakers on Wednesday announced they were making a final bid to overturn a controversial Beijing-linked ban preventing them from taking up their seats in parliament.
 
Protectionism to be severe next year, senior trade officials warn
Trade protectionism measures targeting Chinese goods will continue to be "severe" in 2017 as anti-globalization forces are likely to keep growing in the United States. Also, many European politicians may play the "China Card" in their elections, senior trade officials said on Thursday.
 
Hong Kong financial chief submits resignation
Hong Kong's financial chief quit Monday, in what is widely seen as a prelude to a leadership bid for the southern Chinese city's top job.
 
Hong Kong's finance chief resigned Monday ahead of what is widely expected to be a tilt at the city leadership.
 
Anti-China protests in HK as vote looms
Around a thousand protesters rallied in Hong Kong Saturday against a crackdown on pro-democracy lawmakers and an electoral system skewed toward Beijing ahead of elections for a new city leader.
 
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