Apple removed an app that protestors in Hong Kong have used to track police movements.
The Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper lashed out at the company over an app that tracks the movement of the police.
Riot police cleared the streets of central Hong Kong of black-clad protesters and makeshift barriers in another night of rage on Monday
Police fired tear gas and baton-charged the crowds, while some demonstrators threw bricks and petrol bombs at police
Tens of thousands of protesters marched through central Hong Kong on Sunday wearing face masks in defiance of colonial-era emergency powers
Hong Kong protesters marched in the rain on Sunday while wearing face masks, in defiance against a ban on them that started on Saturday at midnight
Tens of thousands of protesters marched through central Hong Kong on Sunday wearing face masks in defiance of colonial-era emergency powers which threaten them with a year in prison for hiding their faces.
Protesters in Hong Kong on Friday (October 4) damaged the Sha Tin Metro station, after the government said it would invoke a British colonial-era law to allow authorities to make regulations.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she would invoke emergency powers in an effort to "end violence and restore order".
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Numerous protestors told The Cube that they will continue until all their demands are met. "All five and not one less" has become a key rallying cry during the demonstrations.
As China celebrated the 70th anniversary since becoming a communist state, protesters in Hong Kong marched in the streets.
"The Communist Party of China does not forget and does not forgive, so don't spoil their 70th anniversary," one expert said.
Pro-democracy protests are expected to take place in Hong Kong on Tuesday - on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Federal Republic. It's in defiance of a ban on the demonstrations taking place having been confirmed by the authorities.
A large crowd amassed for a protest rally ahead of Tuesday's 70th anniversary of communist rule in China.
Police in Hong Kong on Sunday fired round after round of tear gas at petrol-bomb throwing protesters in clashes and its spread across the main island.
And a series of protests for and against Communist Party rulers in Beijing is also planned for the Chinese-ruled city ahead of the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic on Tuesday.
Hong Kong police used pepper spray to disperse protesters on Sunday (September 22) as the Chinese-ruled city once again plunged into chaos over the weekend
This Hong Kong restaurant is paying tribute to a woman whose eye was injured during pro-democracy protests. The woman became a symbol of alleged police violence during demonstrations.
With their gas masks and yellow raincoats they look like the average Hong Kong protester – just one-20th the size. The designer has also built miniature road blocks and tear gas canisters.
Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing groups clashed in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on Saturday as unrest over alleged Chinese interference in the territory continued.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong attends a news conference in Berlin, Germany.
Tight security has been implemented at Hong Kong International Airport in attempts to prevent another major disruption. Violent protests on Friday led to threats from protesters to block traffic at the transport-hub.
Hundreds of protesters, many of them masked and dressed in black, took cover behind umbrellas and barricades made from street fencing.
A radical sustainable fashion fund launched at Hong Kong's fashion summit plans to revolutionise garment production in the Asian manufacturing industry.
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