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Latest Albert Ho Items
Beijing told confessed National Security Agency leaker Edward J. Snowden that he should leave Hong Kong and that authorities would not stop him if he did, his attorney told reporters Monday.
Hong Kong's elite chose a former Cabinet chief as the southern Chinese financial hub's next leader on Sunday, heeding Beijing's wishes and public opinion following a tumultuous, bitter race that highlighted public discontent.