Wednesday 7 October 2015

Tensions surge in HK protests amid scuffles

Fresh scuffles broke out on Saturday between Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters and opponents of the week-long demonstrations, reigniting concerns that the Chinese-controlled city's worst unrest in decades could take a violent turn.


Snowden leaves HK, may be heading for Venezuela

 A former US security contractor charged by Washington with espionage was allowed to leave Hong Kong on Sunday, his final destination not confirmed, because a US request to have him arrested did not comply with the law, the Hong Kong gove


Gold hits record high above $1,228

Gold opened at an all-time high of $1,228 an ounce in Hong Kong on Wednesday, as traders sought safety after a $1 trillion European rescue failed to put to rest fears of euro zone debt contagion. The precious metal closed in Asia on Tuesda


Cathay Pacific boosts Bahrain service

Cathay Pacific is all set to launch daily flights on Bahrain-Hong Kong sector starting from October 1 as part of its efforts to boost its services to the Kingdom. The airline at present flies thrice a week to Hong Kong via Dubai. ’T

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