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A protester was shot in Hong Kong on Tuesday as huge crowds participated in demonstrations here on the 70th anniversary of communist rule in China that began peacefully but spiralled into the worst violence of the four-month old protest movement.
Food deliveries have seen a sharp increase across Hong Kong as people preferred to stay at their homes due to the ongoing protests and civil unrest that has disrupted the city on weekends and discouraged people from going out to eat, a media report said on Sunday.
A coalition of airlines has called on the Hong Kong government to waive costly airport landing and parking fees in a bid to help the aviation industry ease losses caused by the citys ongoing anti-government protests.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday announced that she would meet 100-200 citizens next week in a bid to reconnect with the public and find a way to defuse the ongoing political crisis.
Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) resumed its services on Monday, a day after anti-government protesters threw petrol bombs into train stations for the first time.
Hong Kong police announced on Thursday that it was banning a march and rally planned for Sunday on the 15th consecutive weekend of anti-government demonstrations.
Hong Kongs tourism industry has suffered its worst decline since 2003, with street protests decimating August arrival numbers and driving visitors from popular destinations including Disneyland, the media reported on Tuesday.
Thousands of students and alumni continued to boycott schools across Hong Kong on Friday and formed a human chain to register their protest. The students are upset with the government for not fulfilling their other demands after withdrawing the Extradition Bill.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam earlier on Thursday (local time) said that the decision to withdraw the extradition bill was taken by the Hong Kong government and not Beijing, South China Morning Post reported.
Amid months of protest in the city, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Wednesday will announce the formal withdrawal of an extradition bill that would have allowed extraditions of criminal suspects for further prosecution in China.