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Now there's an answer to a sad, strange and common question in mainland China: How can someone be a good Samaritan to an elderly person in need without getting scammed?
 
Mainland Chinese authorities urged Hong Kong on Tuesday to fully investigate the fatal beating of a mainland tourist outside a shop.
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The promise of billions of dollars of trade deals with mainland China has blinded Britain to rights abuses, leading Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong said as Chinese leader Xi Jinping visits.
 
Seven Hong Kong police officers were charged Thursday with assaulting a pro-democracy protester in a beating captured on video -- but the victim was also charged in the heavily criticized case.
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'Smartphones' for dogs on display at HK fair
From a camera-enabled collar dubbed the "smartphone" for dogs to a calorie-counting "smart cup," health and lifestyle technology is at the forefront of what's on show at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair this week.
 
HK photographer to face Thai trial over flak jacket
A Hong Kong photographer detained in Thailand for carrying a bulletproof jacket and helmet will face trial after pleading not guilty on Monday to a weapons possession charge.
 
HKU staff and students protest over interference in Hong Kong
More than a thousand students, alumni and teachers joined a protest at Hong Kong University (HKU) Friday evening as anger mounts over political interference in the city's education system.
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Ex-HK leader Tsang charged in corruption probe
A former Hong Kong leader faces misconduct charges over a luxury apartment in mainland China, authorities said Monday, making him the highest-ranking official to be formally arrested by anti-corruption investigators in the Asian business hub.
 
Protesters gather in HK a year since mass rallies
Yellow umbrellas and makeshift tents were back in central Hong Kong Monday as protesters gathered a year to the day since huge pro-democracy rallies brought parts of the city to a standstill.
 
Hong Kong teen faces trial over pro-democracy protest
Hong Kong teenage student leader Joshua Wong is set to face trial on charges relating to his role in storming government headquarters nearly a year ago in a protest that sparked monthslong pro-democracy street occupations.
 
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