Rights group says broadly worded law has made it ‘effectively impossible’ to continue its work in the Chinese territory.
Deal falls through as debt-ridden property developer faces looming bond payment deadline.
Among those convicted were Figo Chan of the now-disbanded Civil Human Rights Front and two former legislators.
CY Leung accused of failing to disclose sale of company shares while Tung Chee-hwa allegedly set up offshore accounts.
Food delivery worker who has been in custody for 10 months, accused of inciting secession from China for chants.
Democracy group is the latest of many civil society bodies to fold over the past year under government pressure.
Three members of pro-democracy student group accused of ‘subversion’ for support scheme for prisoners.
Some 4,800 people will select the Election Committee following China’s changes, compared with 233,000 five years ago.
Heavily indebted Evergrande is teetering on the edge of a meltdown that could send shockwaves through China’s economy.
A year after Hong Kong introduced a draconian security law, 101 East meets the activists who refuse to be silenced.
Nine activists sentenced to between six and 10 months in jail while three others were handed suspended sentences.
A gov’t proposal to revise the city’s gaming laws spooked investors already slammed by Beijing’s recent crackdown.
Security secretary says officials working on legislation that would define new crimes such as espionage.
Police had demanded the group hand over information on finances, supporters as part of national security investigation.