China chief exec says they will begin dialogue with protesters

MELISSA: DENYING A SMEAR CAMPAIGN. CHINA DEFENDING ITS RIGHT TO SPREAD BEIJING’S VIEWS ONLINE AFTER FACEBOOK AND TWITTER ACCUSE IT OF MANIPULATION. LET’S GO TO SUSAN LI WHO IS LIVE IN HONG KONG WITH THE LATEST. SUSAN?>>SO MUCH NEWS TO COVER TODAY. WE ALSO SAW THE EMBATTLED HONG KONG CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CARRIE LAM, FIRST TIME […]

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Why didn't Hong Kong police stop ransacking of Legislative Council? | DW News

Hong Kong police were alone in the Parliament building just hours after protesters had occupied the legislative chamber the South China Morning Post reported that officers only entered after the occupiers had left hundreds of protesters hadn't been stopped as they smashed their way in they want the Hong Kong government to completely withdraw the […]

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