Nasdaq: Pfizer Delisting from New York Stock Exchange
The merger is tentatively scheduled to close prior to the market open on Friday, according to the Nasdaq delisting notice. In anticipation of the closing, the stock will be halted following the after-hours session at 8 p.m. on Thursday.
Private jet linked to Russian oligarch impounded in UK
A private jet has been impounded at Farnborough Airport in Hampshire as authorities investigate its connection with a billionaire Russian oligarch.
Coca-Cola suspends business in Russia
The Coca-Cola Company says Tuesday it is suspending its operations in Russia.
Unilever and L’Oreal pull back from Russia
British consumer goods giant Unilever is suspending all imports and exports of its products to Russia, as well as media and ad spending.
HK Police Order Bereaved Families Mourning the Lamma Ferry Collision Victims for the 8th Year to “Stop Acting”
The letter asks the Hong Kong authorities to reveal the truth behind the tragic collision that claimed 39 lives
HK Hospital Authority: Staff took part in strike will face possible legal consequence
Many medical staff took part in the strike in February 2020 in a bid to pressure the government to lockdown the city’s boarders
The Dos and Don’ts: Hong Kong schools Introduce New ‘Rules’ Under National Security Law
According to these school authorities, these "dos and don'ts" under the National Security Law are
Attackers Destroy Lennon Wall at HKU with Tools
It is not known why the attackers could enter the campus
HK Police Promote Commander Notorious for Brutal Treatment of Pro-democracy Civilians
Former chairmen of Demosistō Nathan Law said he was very disappointed about the promotion
HK Police: I Used My Baton to Calm Down the Arrestees
None of the police officers displayed their warrants nor identification pin
Demands Authorities to Release Data from Navigation Surveillance Radar
12 Hong Kong residents are suspected of being arrested by the Guangdong Coast Guard within Hong Kong’s waters
Government Denies Setting Up “Goals” in Universal Testing Scheme: Carrie Lam Calls it a “Success” with 32 COVID-19 Cases Identified
It was estimated that over 1.7 million specimen were collected
Court Refuses Bail and Detains HK’s Pro-democracy Activist Charged with ‘Sedition’ Without Trial
Former legislator 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung and district councillor Tsang Kin-shing also voiced their support for Tam on site
Assistant professor from mainland criticise students for calling themselves “Hongkongers” and “forgetting their ancestors”
Assistant professor from mainland China picked offerings for dishes and soup, criticising students for calling themselves "Hongkongers" and "forgetting their ancestors"
12 Hong Kong youth Extradited to China Mainland By the Sea
It was the Chinese national security officials who crossed the border to abduct 12 Hongkongers in Hong Kong waters
HK Police Demonstrate Polar Definition of “Dangerous Driving”
A week ago on Sept 6, HK police arrested a bus driver who was driving at a speed of 35km/h
Hongkongers Suspend Protests to Mourn Victims of 9/11; CCP Netizens Support Terrorist Attack on the U.S.
CCP netizens had a different take according to the statements they post on social media
Freedom House Gives Annual Freedom Award to All Pro-democracy Hongkongers
In 2020, Freedom House gave the award to Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Movement
HK police continue arbitrary arrests, insulting and picking on harmless elderly
A group of citizens peacefully voiced support for the detained protesters and activists outside Lai Chi Kok reception center
Pro-CCP School in HK Harshly Penalizes Student for Showing Pro-democracy Slogan on Communication App and Threatens to Boot Him Out
The student was severely penalized by the school for immediately suspending schooling for a week
Hongkonger on Cancelled Election Day: “We are still going to get 35+ seats next year, silly.”
September 6, 2020 was supposed to be the election day for the Legislative Council