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Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters march in semi-autonomous Chinese territory denouncing its leaders.
Property consultant faces textiles heir for chief executive role, but just 1,200 out of 7-million population can vote.
Police arrest 231 people as tens of thousands demonstrate against government policies and rising property prices.
Tens of thousands have marched in Hong Kong for direct elections of their leaders and to protest against electoral reforms being imposed by the city's chief executive and Beijing.
Veteran civil servant Donald Tsang has been declared Hong Kong's new leader after securing the overwhelming support of a Beijing-backed committee that selects the Chinese ter

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa, whose unpopular leadership led to pro-democracy protests in the city, has resigned, according to sources close to the government and Beijing.

A protest over Beijing's hard line on Hong Kong political reforms has turned violent when police began r

Hong Kong voters turned against the main pro-Beijing party in local elections, giving a sharp rebuke to an unpopular government and a major boost to the pro-democracy

The long-awaited findings of a probe into Hong Kong’s handling of last year’s SARS outbreak highlighted the fact that there were many mistakes made by the government in the early stages of the crisis.
Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-hwa said his government has withdrawn the planned introduction of a controversial security legislation that could curb both freedom of speech and freedom of political association.
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