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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

Hong Kong university dismantles Tiananmen statue, sparks outcry

The "Pillar of Shame" by Jens Galschiot has sat on the University of Hong Kong's campus since 1997

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 churches to hold Masses to remember Tiananmen massacre victims

“For various reasons, we may not be able to speak openly, but we must not forget history,” read an announcement by the diocese

Hong Kongers defy rally ban to mark Tiananmen Massacre

Many took to the streets to light candles and stand for a minute's silence, seven Catholic churches also opened their doors

‘I can’t be silent’: Hong Kong people aim to mark Tiananmen...

The anniversary of the crackdown on the student-led protests takes place as Beijing approved a national security legislation for Hong Kong

Beijing ‘never paid a price at home or abroad’ for Tiananmen...

Human Rights Watch said the Chinese government has never accepted responsibility for the 1989 massacre and no official has been punished

Hong Kong extends coronavirus group restrictions, Tiananmen vigil at risk

Religious gatherings will resume with certain safety rules. Bars, cinemas and gyms re-opened earlier this month.

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