Trump has so far been muted on the growing unrest in Hong Kong, saying it is an internal affair for China, while acknowledging that the protesters "are looking for democracy".
Increasingly violent demonstrations in Hong Kong have plunged the Chinese-ruled territory into its most serious crisis in decades, presenting Chinese leader Xi Jinping with one of his biggest popular challenges and raising fears of direct intervention by Beijing.
On Monday, both the Global Times and People's Daily posted a short video clip showing dozens of Armored Personnel Carriers (APC) traveling in a convoy to Guangdong province's Shenzhen ahead of what a Beijing military expert claims are regular exercises.
"Societies are best served when diverse political views are respected and can be freely and peacefully expressed".
Amnesty International is calling on all governments to suspend transfers of less lethal "crowd control" equipment to Hong Kong until a full and independent investigation is carried out, and adequate safeguards are put in place.
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Their bodies were found by Manitoba authorities 8km from where their burnt out getaway auto was discovered 16 days prior. McLeod and Schmegelsk were considered "armed and dangerous" and the public were warned not to approach them.
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Maybe common sense was applied today really well, but what I'm saying is that we need to have some consistency in common sense. Anscombe was hurt in the loss to England in a Rugby World Cup warmup game at Twickenham on Sunday (Monday NZT).
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But the British government has insisted no decision has been made about the use of Huawei's equipment in the United Kingdom . None of his meetings have been on camera but in a briefing that was dominated by Brexit , he said "we are with you".