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Human Rights Watch has called for an investigation into alleged police mistreatment of participants and journalists at July 1st protests in Hong
From The New York Times: The authorities in Beijing ordered on Wednesday that the next chief executive of Hong Kong serve only the remainder of the
April 30, 2005 6:44 AM
From AP. via Taipei Times: An opposition lawmaker said yesterday he plans to challenge in court the government’s decision that Hong Kong’s
March 25, 2005 11:14 AM
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- China Accepts HK Chief Executive’s Resi...
- Let Us Now Praise Tung Chee-Hwa
- Hong Kong’s leader Tung resigns
- Kim Coghill: No word on Tung resignation
- Alexandra Harney: Departure turns spotlight o...
- Telegraph: China shuts up Hong Kong
- Gulf Daily News: Beijing is silent as Tung qu...
- Keith Bradsher and Thomas Crampton: Leadershi...
- Alexandra Harney: Tsang stays ahead of pack i...
- The Standard: Tung resigns
- FT: Hong Kong head set to step down early
- BBC: HK’s Tung joins top China body