Silverstein said. Riot police fired beanbag guns and used pepper spray - both anti-riot weapons - to clear demonstrators from outside the Mong Kok police station and in Prince Edward metro station, with one man taken out on a stretcher with an oxygen mask over his face, television footage showed.
It comes after a year-old Hong Kong man allegedly murdered his year-old pregnant girlfriend while they were holidaying in Taiwan together in February last year.
The new streamlined brand comes at a critical time for HuffPost, which recently installed Lydia Polgreen of the New York Times as its new editor in chief and Jared Grusd as chief executive.
The bill, which would have allowed extraditions to mainland China where courts are controlled by the Communist Party, triggered months of unrest and posed the gravest challenge to Chinese leader Xi Jinping since he came to power in They have actively recruited women and people of color, and the pool of journalism graduates that apply for jobs seems increasingly diverse.Too little and too late now — Carrie Lam's response comes after 7 lives sacrificed, more than 1, protestors arrested, in which many are mistreated in police station. It was not clear if the legislation was being withdrawn as protesters have demanded. Leader Carrie Lam has said the extradition bill is 'dead'. Huffington in is now simply: HuffPost. Meanwhile, Chinese censors blocked news of the Hong Kong protests, wary that any large public rallies could inspire protests on the mainland. The site is almost 12 years old, and is bigger than just one person. Sliverstein explained. The unrest had shown no sign of easing by Tuesday night.
China has been excluded from those agreements because of concerns over its judicial independence and human rights record. But he added: 'There's a lot of lack of clarity.