USA urges all sides to refrain from violence in Hong Kong

Catholics march for peace in Hong Kong as tensions escalate

Catholics march for peace in Hong Kong as tensions escalate

"Any violent crackdown would be completely unacceptable ..."

China on Monday urged the United States to immediately stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs. China's People's Armed Police have also assembled in the neighboring city of Shenzhen for exercises, the Chinese state-backed Global Times newspaper said. They include the complete withdrawal of a now-suspended extradition bill, which would allow suspects in Hong Kong to be sent to mainland China for trial.

The US side has frequently made irresponsible remarks on Hong Kong affairs, which confused black from white and incited troubles, Hua said.

Britain, Hong Kong's former colonial ruler, is concerned about the latest violence in Hong Kong and wants calm from all sides, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday. "China", Trump told reporters at the White House on August 1.

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However, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Political Science Professor Dixon Sing Ming asserted the armored vehicles' presence is a blatant "psychological warfare tactic", meant to thin out protester morale and numbers in Hong Kong.

All flights into and out of the city's worldwide airport have been canceled for the day due to the peaceful protests staged because of mainland China's influence over the Hong Kong government.

It's not clear what company or companies were responsible for the display which Chinese state media has credited with "sparking patriotic feelings amid rioting in Hong Kong".

China said the anti-government protests that have roiled the city through two summer months had begun to show "sprouts of terrorism".

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