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President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China wants to make a trade deal but it should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' first, explicitly tying a trade agreement to a peaceful resolution of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.  President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China wants to make a trade deal but it should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' first, explicitly tying a trade agreement to a peaceful resolution of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. 

Trump says China should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' before trade deal can be agreed | ABS-CBN News

Chinese state media claimed that the exercises had been planned before hand and were not directly related to the unrest in Hong Kong.Chinese state media claimed that the exercises had been planned before hand and were not directly related to the unrest in Hong Kong.

Satellite photos appear to show China’s armed police force near Hong Kong - National | Globalnews.ca

Passengers arriving at YVR on one of the first flights from Hong Kong described the chaos at the city's airport as 'heartbreaking,' and 'scary.'Passengers arriving at YVR on one of the first flights from Hong Kong described the chaos at the city's airport as 'heartbreaking,' and 'scary.'

Crisis stemming from crackdown on protests over pro-China laws has spread across border.Crisis stemming from crackdown on protests over pro-China laws has spread across border.

'Hong Kong is not safe any more': Millions affected by crisis | China News | Al Jazeera

Ian Birrell: The protesters might have morality on their side, but they are confronting the might of an emerging superpowerIan Birrell: The protesters might have morality on their side, but they are confronting the might of an emerging superpower

‘This is a long war’: Defiant Hong Kong protesters refuse to abandon hope | National Post

Ian Birrell: The protesters might have morality on their side, but they are confronting the might of an emerging superpowerIan Birrell: The protesters might have morality on their side, but they are confronting the might of an emerging superpower

‘This is a long war’: Defiant Hong Kong protesters refuse to abandon hope | National Post

Step back for one moment from the frenzied scenes of tear gas in underground railway stations and armoured personnel carriers massing on the border and there’s a grotesque historical irony which helps reveal the future for Hong Kong.  In China, the notion represents heresy but recent evidence suggests that protestors have more in common with Chairman Mao Zedong and the earlyStep back for one moment from the frenzied scenes of tear gas in underground railway stations and armoured personnel carriers massing on the border and there’s a grotesque historical irony which

China won't like it, but Chairman Mao would be supporting the Hong Kong protests | The Independent

As protests in Hong Kong continue China's Xi Jinping has painted himself into a corner.As protests in Hong Kong continue China's Xi Jinping has painted himself into a corner.

The protesters, for the most part, are not terrorists or even radicals. But they are a threat to his monopoly on power.The protesters, for the most part, are not terrorists or even radicals. But they are a threat to his monopoly on power.

“Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong. Everyone should be calm and safe!”

Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong. Everyone should be calm and safe!"

“In video: Chinese armed police armored vehicle fleet is prepared for a drill in Shenzhen, S China's Guangdong province. https://t.co/bU4IxhaM0s”

People's Daily, China on Twitter: "In video: Chinese armed police armored vehicle fleet is prepared for a drill in Shenzhen, S China's Guangdong province.… https://t.co/hQhGgMd0Rk"

“Fu Guohao, reporter of GT website is being seized by demonstrators at HK airport. I affirm this man being tied in this video is the reporter himself. He has no other task except for reporting. I sincerely ask the demonstrators to release him. I also ask for help of West reporters https://t.co/sbFb0L3s92”

Hu Xijin 胡锡进 on Twitter: "Fu Guohao, reporter of GT website is being seized by demonstrators at HK airport. I affirm this man being tied in this video is the reporter himself. He has no other task except for reporting. I sincerely ask the demonstrators to release him. I also ask for help of West reporters… https://t.co/UVxGMnK3jd"

“Disturbing video taken in #Shenzhen just across the boarder with #HongKong. Something extraordinarily bad is about happen. #China #HongKongProtests #Democracy #SaveHongKong https://t.co/Gad5R5HVZL”

Alexandre Krauss on Twitter: "Disturbing video taken in #Shenzhen just across the boarder with #HongKong. Something extraordinarily bad is about happen. #China #HongKongProtests #Democracy #SaveHongKong https://t.co/Gad5R5HVZL"

Satellite photos show what appear to be armoured personnel carriers and other vehicles belonging to the China's paramilitary People's Armed Police parked in a sports complex in the city of Shenzhen, in what some have interpreted as a threat from Beijing to use increased force against pro-democracy protesters across the border in Hong Kong.Satellite photos show what appear to be armoured personnel carriers and other vehicles belonging to the China's paramilitary People's Armed Police parked in a sports complex in the city of Shenzhen, in what some have interpreted as a threat from Beijing to use increased force against pro-democracy protesters across the border in Hong Kong.

Chinese armoured cars gathering near border with Hong Kong | CP24.com

The outbreak of violence at the Hong Kong Airport has raised difficult questions about the protesters’ moral authority and the movement’s ability ...The outbreak of violence at the Hong Kong Airport has raised difficult questions about the protesters’ moral authority and the movement’s ability ...

Commentary: How a leaderless movement in Hong Kong went haywire - CNA

Flights resumed Wednesday at Hong Kong's airport after two days of disruptions that descended into clashes with police, highlighting the hardening positions of pro-democracy protesters and the authorities in the semi-autonomous Chinese city. After nightfall, a new protest outside a police station in the city was dispersed as officers fired tear gas.Flights resumed Wednesday at Hong Kong's airport after two days of disruptions that descended into clashes with police, highlighting the hardening positions of pro-democracy protesters and the authorities in the semi-autonomous Chinese city. After nightfall, a new protest outside a police station in the city was dispersed as officers fired tear gas.

Flights resume at airport - Business News - Castanet.net

President Donald Trump in a tweet Wednesday suggested a "personal meeting" with China's President Xi over the ongoing Hong Kong crisis.President Donald Trump in a tweet Wednesday suggested a "personal meeting" with China's President Xi over the ongoing Hong Kong crisis.

Updated at 7:33 p.m. Aug. 14. VOA's Cindy Saine contributed to this report. The United States says it is "deeply concerned" by reports of Chinese paramilitary movement along the border with Hong Kong, the Chinese territory that has seen 10 consecutive weeks of pro-democracy demonstrations. "We encourage China and all parties in Hong Kong to pursue a solution that respects the liberty of Hongkongers and Hong Kong’s high degree of autonomy, as enshrined in the Sino-British Joint Declaration," a State Department spokesperson said.Updated at 7:33 p.m. Aug. 14. VOA's Cindy Saine contributed to this report. The United States says it is "deeply concerned" by reports of Chinese paramilitary movement along the border with Hong Kong, the Chinese territory that has seen 10 consecutive weeks of pro-democracy demonstrations. "We encourage China and all parties in Hong Kong to pursue a solution that respects the liberty of Hongkongers and Hong Kong’s high degree of autonomy, as enshrined in the Sino-British Joint Declaration," a State Department spokesperson said.

US 'Concerned' by Reports of Chinese Military Movement Near Hong Kong Border | Voice of America - English

Sending in the troops is not unthinkable, but China's government has many other options at its disposal.Sending in the troops is not unthinkable, but China's government has many other options at its disposal.

Will Beijing Use Force to End the Hong Kong Protests? | The Diplomat

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China wants to make a trade deal but it should treat Hong Kong "humanely" first, explicitly tying a trade agreement to a peaceful resolution of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China wants to make a trade deal b...

Trump says China should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' before trade deal can be agreed - Reuters

Watching China’s armed police lining up in Shenzhen reminds us of that day in 1989 when a young man showed courage most of us will never know and stood in front of those tanks approaching Tiananmen Square.Watching China’s armed police lining up in Shenzhen reminds us of that day in 1989 when a young man showed courage most of us will never know and stood in front of those tanks approaching Tiananmen Square.

Tom Tugendhat: Citizenship would give Hong Kong Chinese the reassurance they crave