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China halts broadcast of NBA games over pro-Hong Kong protest tweet

China halts broadcast of NBA games over pro-Hong Kong protest tweet

RIGHT NOW.>> WE ARE NOT APOLOGIZING FOR DARRYL EXERCISING HIS FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION. I REGRET, AGAIN HAVING COMMUNICATED DIRECTLY WITH MANY FRIENDS IN CHINA THAT SO MANY PEOPLE ARE UPSET, INCLUDING MILLIONS AND MILLIONS OF OUR FANS. DAVID: NBA COMMISSIONER ADAM SILVER DEFENDING HOUSTON ROCKETS GENERAL MANAGER NOW DELETED PRO- HONG KONG TWEET. THIS IS THE GROWING RIFT WITH CHINA DEEPENS AND CHINA IS TAKING ANOTHER AGGRESSIVE STEP PUTTING ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NBA FURTHER IN JEOPARDY. HI, EVERYBODY THIS…

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Hong Kong Police “Might Have To Kill”

Hong Kong Police “Might Have To Kill”

Hong Kong Police Threaten to Kill Protesters are on the offensive And a mocktail to die for This is China Uncensored, I’m Chris Chappell. This week in Hong Kong. In a move that is surely going to make everything better, Hong Kong police officers are warning they might have to kill protesters. Some police claim they feel so threatened by protesters, they would need to use deadly force to defend themselves. Those poor police officers! If only the Hong Kong…

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Hong Kong’s huge protests, explained

Hong Kong’s huge protests, explained

The people of Hong Kong are out in the streets. Hundreds of thousands are demonstrating against a deeply unpopular bill. But this is about a whole lot more than a bill. It’s about the status of Hong Kong and the power China has over it. It’s a fight to preserve the freedoms people have here. And it all started with a murder. On February 8, 2018, a young couple, Chan Tong Kai and Poon Hiu-Wing, went from their home in…

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How Good is Democracy? | Q&A

How Good is Democracy? | Q&A

(CHEERING, APPLAUSE) Hello, and welcome to Q&A. I’m Tony Jones. And joining us in Melbourne – as you can hear – tonight, People’s Panellist Li Shee Su, a former IT executive who’s concerned that Australian democracy is letting us down, the Shadow Minister for Environment and Water, Terri Butler, British philosopher AC Grayling, whose latest books trace the history of philosophy and the crises in modern democracy. Now, La Trobe University historian Clare Wright, who chronicled the campaign to win…

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How China Subverts Freedom with the “United Front” | Sonny Lo | China Uncensored

How China Subverts Freedom with the “United Front” | Sonny Lo | China Uncensored

A shadowy Communist agency Is responsible for infiltrating free societies And Hong Kong is losing the fight Welcome to China Uncensored, I’m Chris Chapell. Joining me today is Dr Sonny Lo, an author, professor and political commentator. Thanks for joining me. Hi, my pleasure. So one of your areas of expertise is the United Front work in Hong Kong. What is the United Front? The United Front was originally the strategy of the Chinese Communist Party to cooperate with the…

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Escalating Hong Kong protests challenge Beijing

Escalating Hong Kong protests challenge Beijing

Tens of thousands ofpeople have gathered here in Yuen Long for yet anotherdemonstration in what's turning into a wholesummer of demonstrations here in Hong Kong. This one is particularlyworrying for the authorities here because it's anillegal demonstration. They haven't got a permit, andyet tens of thousands of people have assembled here. Some of the demonstratorshere in Yuen Long have just broken through a fenceand are approaching police riot lines. The police are trying to protecta village that the protesters are…

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When will Hong Kong protests end? | Inside Story

When will Hong Kong protests end? | Inside Story

more protests in Hong Kong despite the government suspending the controversial extradition bill that sparked the anger so what's healing the demonstrations now and what will it take to end what's been dubbed the summer of discontent this is inside story hello and welcome to the program I'm Halima here Dean weeks of protests in Hong Kong shall no sign of ending the Parliament and the semi-autonomous Chinese territory has been vandalized towns near the border with China have seen…

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Police and protesters scuffle in Hong Kong after peaceful march

Police and protesters scuffle in Hong Kong after peaceful march

coming on freedom camel safari wanna have the freedom to demonstration and this is what we want to keep here in Oregon we want to promote it even initially the organizers had been hoping for a couple of thousand people to take part in this March but even before it began it was clear that numbers would be far greater than that also very obvious by this demonstration is that the anger and the spirit of resistance is still a…

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