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Hong Kong detains several people as world marks Tiananmen anniversary

Discussion of the events of 1989, when China set troops and tanks on peaceful protestors, is all but forbidden on the mainland

For first time in 33 years, Masses to mark Tiananmen crackdown...

"Our bottom line is that we don't want to breach any law in Hong Kong," said the chaplain of the Hong Kong Federation of Catholic Students

Hong Kong not to hold Tiananmen memorial Masses amid security law...

Beijing has in recent years tightened control over the island territory and cracked down on dissent

Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong calls for justice 32 years after...

One church quickly reached its 30 percent capacity set by coronavirus restrictions and opened up its courtyard to accommodate more people

HK police threaten to arrest people gathering to commemorate Tiananmen crackdown

Critics say the heightened vigilance from authorities is a marked departure from Hong Kong's cherished freedoms of speech and assembly

Hong Kong activists to defy ban on vigil marking anniversary of...

This marks the second year that Hong Kong police have banned the vigil, citing coronavirus restrictions

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