After a night of trouble which resulted in 19 arrests, supporters of the city's pro-Beijing government rallied next to pro-democracy protesters in Mong Kok, a working class neighborhood near a popular shopping district
Violence in Hong Kong as hundreds of supporters of Chinese rule stormed tents and ripped down banners belonging to pro-democracy protesters
The leader of Hong Kong has agreed to open talks with pro-democracy protesters, while making clear they will take a hard line towards civil unrest
The group has enough volunteers to translate into nearly 15 languages.
New Yorkers gathered in Times Square and Central Park to show their support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong
The media have seized on Joshua Wong, 17, one of the leaders of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong as a counterpoint to China's Communist Party.
Pro-democracy demonstrators continued to occupy central Hong Kong as the city's chief executive rejected their demands
Demonstrators post images of clashes between protesters and police in Hong Kong to social media sites that haven't been blocked by Beijing
More than 70 were arrested on Friday after some two hundred protesters burst through a police cordon
One student leader, Joshua Wong, a thin 17-year-old with dark-rimmed glasses and bowl-cut hair, was dragged away by police kicking and screaming as protesters chanted and struggled to free him.
Activists set to begin a campaign of civil disobedience in response to China's decision
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's remarks have caused outrage and led to claims of 'Putinisation'
Over 90 percent of Hong Kong voters wanted public nominations of candidates, in contrast to China's wishes.