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Hong Kong's top court has ruled that full sex reassignment surgery should not be a prerequisite for transgender people to have their gender changed on their official identity cards.
By Zen Soo, Kanis Leung, Associated Press
Medical experts predict China could see tens of thousands of deaths a day over the Lunar New Year holiday. Since the dismantling of the government’s zero-COVID policy, many have been anxious about the wave of infections that have swept through.
By Richard Kimber
The ability of Hong Kong residents to cross over is one of the most visible signs of China’s easing of border restrictions imposed almost three years ago, with travelers arriving from abroad no longer required to undergo expensive and time-consuming…
By Associated Press
China says it will resume issuing passports for tourism in another big step away from anti-virus controls that isolated the country for almost three years.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
By Sylvia Hui, Associated Press
China’s Foreign Ministry says its diplomatic missions abroad have the right to “take necessary measures” to maintain security after British police opened an investigation into the assault of a Hong Kong protester.
In our news wrap Monday, new protests flared in Russia over military call-ups for the war in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin granted Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden, Iran attacked Kurdish separatists in northern Iraq and accused them of instigating protests across…
By Zen Soo, Alice Fung, Associated Press
Hundreds of Hong Kong residents are lining up in front of the British Consulate General for hours each day to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II. Some experts see this as a form of dissent against increasingly intrusive controls…
Authorities dispatched planes and helicopters to aid in the rescue, with at least three people from the crew of 30 brought to safety.
In our news wrap Friday, Russian missiles pounded a coastal town in southern Ukraine killing at least 21 people including two children, the trial for U.S. women's basketball star Brittney Griner began outside Moscow, at least 19 people in northeastern…
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