Protesters standoff with police in a cloud of tear gas during a clash outside of Central Government Complex in Hong Kong on Aug. 31, 2019. (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)
HK CURRENT AFFAIRS
BY FRANK FANG, EPOCH TIMES
September 1, 2019 Updated: September 1, 2019
One of the Chinese regime’s top agencies issued a veiled threat that a more severe crackdown against Hong Kong protesters could take place in two weeks.
The Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission, China’s head legal agency, in an opinion article published on its social media WeChat account on Sept. 1, accused the protesters of engaging in “terrorist acts” during the protests on Aug.… READ MORE...