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 Hong Kong riot police issue a warning as they try to clear away people gathered in the Central district of Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photograph: Anthony Wallace/AFP via Getty Images

Hong Kong riot police fired pepper-ball rounds and arrested more than 300 people on Wednesday, as thousands of protesters took to the streets to oppos(...)

Martin Lee (81) leaves a police station in Hong Kong on Saturday, after being released on bail. Photograph: AP Photo/Kin Cheung

Hong Kong police arrested 15 activists, including veteran politicians, a publishing tycoon and senior barristers, in raids on Saturday in the biggest(...)

Paul Scholes celebrates a goal for Manchester United against PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League, at Old Trafford on October 18th, 2000. Photograph: John Giles/PA

Scott McTominay is the latest poster boy of a remarkable Manchester United academy that has produced the Busby Babes, George Best, and the Class of ’9(...)

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters march in the city centre as the government bans people from wearing masks. Photograph: Vincent Thian/AP

Hong Kong’s leaders invoked colonial-era emergency powers on Friday to ban the wearing of face masks at protests, but the move aimed at quelling the u(...)

Andy Woodward, middle, celebrates with his Bury team-mates after a goal against Brentford in March 1997. Photograph: Matt Risby/Action Images

It isn’t easy sitting opposite Andy Woodward and hearing, close-up, the unspeakable horrors of his childhood and the reasons why, at the age of 43, he(...)

Thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators defied tear gas and pepper spray to occupy the city centre, as police undertook the biggest crackdown since the city returned to Chinese rule. Photograph: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg

Hong Kong police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse pro-democracy protests today and baton-charged a crowd blocking a key road in the government di(...)

Pro-democracy protesters hold up their mobile phones during a campaign to kick off the Occupy Central civil disobedience event in front of the financial Central district in Hong Kong yesterday. Photograph: Reuters/Bobby Yip

China’s parliament said it will tightly control the nomination of candidates for 2017 elections in Hong Kong, dashing hopes of greater democracy and r(...)