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Apple Daily execs denied bail by Hong Kong court
A court in Hong Kong has denied bail to two Apple Daily newspaper executives over allegations of endangering national security.
Pro-democracy newspaper editors arrested under Hong Kong security law
Hong Kong police arrested the chief editor and four other senior executives of Apple Daily on suspicion of collusion with a “foreign country or with external elements to endanger national security.”
China launches first crew to live on new space station
China has launched the first three-man crew to its new space station on Thursday in a major advance for the burgeoning space power.
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A Hong Kong museum commemorating the 1989 killings in China’s Tiananmen Square was shut after three days, as Chinese authorities continue to tighten control on the city.
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Second China earthquake
A second powerful earthquake shook parts of central China on Friday night causing significant damage to buildings and infrastructure
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At least 12 dead after two back-to-back tornadoes in China
Eight people died in the inland city of Wuhan on Friday night and four others in the town of Shengze.