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Hong Kong readies for more protests, Trump ties crisis to US-China trade deal

UPDATED 3.35PM | The US State Department is concerned about the buildup of Chinese police at the border, while satellite images show military vehicles massing in nearby Shenzhen.

by Farah Master, Reuters
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Downturn to hit Hong Kong like a 'tsunami', warns city's leader

Noah Sin, Clare Jim, Reuters

by Reuters
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GE15 in 2023: How a democracy must defeat a klepto-theocracy

COMMENT | Automatic registration of youth is indeed a new Malaysia to be decided by a young Malaysia.

by Rais Hussin
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Strike grips HK as leader warns protests challenge China's sovereignty

Carrie Lam addresses media for first time in 2 weeks, rejects calls to resign. 

by Reuters
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Refinitiv removes Reuters story on HK protests from screens in China

Financial information provider Refinitiv has removed a Reuters report from its Eikon terminals in China.

by Tony Munroe, Reuters
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We stand with the pro-democracy defenders of Hong Kong

LETTER | The Malaysian Academic Movement is also in solidarity with the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union.

by Gerak
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Yoursay: Wan Ji’s jail sentence a letdown in 'New M’sia'

YOURSAY | ‘The Sedition Act wouldn’t even have applied if Harapan had kept its promise to abolish it.’

by Yoursay
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Punishing dissent shrinks space for freedom of expression and assembly

LETTER | The fight to enlarge the space to exercise one’s freedoms is far from over.

by Amnesty International
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Thai junta leader orders end to army rule but keeps tough powers

Military to keep right to detain people for seven days as long as it is in the name of national security.

by Panarat Thepgumpanat, Panu Wongcha-um, Reuters
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Hong Kong police arrest six at Kowloon protest

Protest organisers say 230,000 people marched through the streets of the tourist area yesterday. 

by Reuters
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China condemns violent HK protests as 'undisguised challenge' to its rule

Debris, including umbrellas, hard hats and water bottles, was among the few signs left of the mayhem that had engulfed parts of the city.

by Anne Marie Roantree, Reuters
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PAA amendments make it easier for rakyat 'to do what they want to do'

PARLIAMENT | Home minister says M'sians should laud the move to decriminalise street protests.

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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PAS sets conditional support for lowering of voting age to 18

Tuan Ibrahim says certain conditions have to be met before PAS MPs vote for the amendment.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Hong Kong protesters run riot in legislature, smashing paintings

UPDATED 10.05PM | This is a direct challenge to China as anger over an extradition bill spiralled out of control.

by John Ruwitch & Sumeet Chatterjee, Reuters
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Only elected local councils can prevent environmental scandals

COMMENT | We are supposed to be almost a high-income country, but can't even afford local elections.

by Kua Kia Soong
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Are our 18-year-olds ready to vote?

COMMENT | What will our youths vote for when democracy itself is not mature?

by Azly Rahman
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