President Xi warns attempts to split China 'will end in crushed bodies'  Sydney Morning HeraldView full coverage on Google News
"Anyone attempting to split China in any part of the country will end in crushed bodies and shattered bones," the official Chinese news agency Xinhua reported Xi as saying.The Chinese President has drawn the attention of protesters in Hong Kong with his strong warning to separatists.

Tearing a page out of ancient Chinese military philosophy, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong change tactics and wreak havoc by popping up in small groups in multiple locations across Hong Kong.Tearing a page out of ancient Chinese military philosophy, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong change tactics and wreak havoc by popping up in small groups in multiple locations across Hong Kong.

As protesters shift tactics in Hong Kong, China warns of 'crushed bodies and shattered bones' - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists and riot police have clashed in chaotic scenes around the city with police in full riot gear chasing protesters through crowds of horrified lunchtime shoppers.Hong Kong pro-democracy activists and riot police have clashed in chaotic scenes around the city with police in full riot gear chasing protesters through crowds of horrified lunchtime shoppers.

HK protesters, police in chaotic clashes

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China has showcased its military might during a huge parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Communist China.China has showcased its military might during a huge parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Communist China.

““They’re all talking about what now?” - Kurds & Hong Kong protestors.”

Stephen Miller on Twitter: "“They’re all talking about what now?” - Kurds & Hong Kong protestors."

“Hong Kong protesters use new flashmob strategy to avoid arrest | Hong Kong | The Guardian https://t.co/7JVtHP3UCP”

艾未未 Ai Weiwei on Twitter: "Hong Kong protesters use new flashmob strategy to avoid arrest | Hong Kong | The Guardian https://t.co/7JVtHP3UCP"

“My message for the Hong Kong Human Rights & Democracy Act protest today https://t.co/R90KeObggJ”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "My message for the Hong Kong Human Rights & Democracy Act protest today… "

“When you have to count your lucky stars that even if Scotland held a second referendum & became independent, it would be peaceful: Hong Kong protests: Pres. Xi warns that any attempt to divide China will end in "bodies smashed and bones ground to powder" https://t.co/2lzLk0oPF4”

Rupert Myers on Twitter: "When you have to count your lucky stars that even if Scotland held a second referendum & became independent, it would be peaceful: Hong Kong protests: Pres. Xi warns that any attempt to divide China will end in "bodies smashed and bones ground to powder" https://t.co/2lzLk0oPF4"

The co-chief executive of ESL has told staff to avoid discussing the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. In a Slack message seen by the Hong Kong Free Press, Ralf Reichert told staff "to not actively engage in the discussion, especially on social media"."All of you might have heard [about] the political discussions and strikes surrounding the situation in Hong Kong, China," he wrote on October 9. "As a global company being active in many countries around the globe, we naturally do abstain from political discussions and setting the best example by living our values."Therefore, we would like to suggest to not actively engage in the discussion, especially on social media," he said. A spokesperson for ESL said that Reichert's message was a "reminder to ESL employees about the general social media policies that have been in place for many years"."[It was a reminder that] we do not use ESL’s brand or platform for personal political statements, and to show respect for colleagues with views different than our own. ESL’s team members are of course free to harbor personal views on private social media accounts.”The news follows Blizzard's suspension of Hearthstone Grandmaster Chung 'blitzchung' Ng Wai, who called for Hong Kong's liberation in post-match interview. Separately, Riot Games, which is owned by Chinese publisher Tencent, warned League of Legends streamers and players to avoid "sensitive topics" on the air. Tencent also owns a five percent stake in Blizzard.Last month, ESL announced a partnership with Huya, a Chinese streaming service backed by Tencent, that will see ESL tournaments streamed in the country. Huya invested in ESL as part of the deal."We would like to suggest to not actively engage in the discussion, especially on social media."

ESL chief tells staff to avoid discussing Hong Kong protests | PC Gamer

China is fast losing patience with the Hong Kong protests, issuing an ominous warning to any countries considering intervening.China is fast losing patience with the Hong Kong protests, issuing an ominous warning to any countries considering intervening.

Perth Now

As the violence between pro-democracy protestors and riot police escalated in Hong Kong over the weekend, China has stepped up its rhetoric.As the violence between pro-democracy protestors and riot police escalated in Hong Kong over the weekend, China has stepped up its rhetoric.

China warns of 'crushed bodies and shattered bones' in Hong Kong

China's President Xi Jinping says efforts to divide the country will end in 'shattered bones' following another weekend of protests in Hong Kong.China's President Xi Jinping says efforts to divide the country will end in 'shattered bones' following another weekend of protests in Hong Kong.

Australian Financial Review

Rest of World News: The international finance hub was battered by another weekend of unrest Sunday as hardcore pro-democracy protesters and police fought running battles Rest of World News: The international finance hub was battered by another weekend of unrest Sunday as hardcore pro-democracy protesters and police fought running battles

US senator warns Hong Kong becoming 'police state' - Times of India

The protesters need to be pragmatic about who its real beneficiaries are, and will be in the future The protesters need to be pragmatic about who its real beneficiaries are, and will be in the future

Hong Kong’s transport industry has become a core battleground between the protesters and Beijing. Ordinary working Hongkongers whose lives have been disrupted by the protests must stand up, and be seen and heard.Hong Kong’s transport industry has become a core battleground between the protesters and Beijing. Ordinary working Hongkongers whose lives have been disrupted by the protests must stand up, and be seen and heard.

Hong Kong is sliding towards becoming a police state, US senator Josh Hawley warned Monday, as tens of thousands filled the strife-torn city's streets waving American flags and calling on Washington to punish China over sliding freedoms. Protests pushing for greater democratic freedoms and policeHong Kong is sliding towards becoming a police state, US senator Josh Hawley warned Monday, as tens of thousands filled the strife-torn city's streets waving American flags and calling on Washington to punish China over sliding freedoms. Protests pushing for greater democratic freedoms and police

US senator warns Hong Kong becoming 'police state' as thousands rally

China’s president Xi Jinping has warned efforts to divide or destabilise China will end with “shattered bones,” as international pressure mounts over the government’s handling of protests in Hong Kong and a widespread crackdown on Muslim minority groups.China’s president Xi Jinping has warned efforts to divide or destabilise China will end with “shattered bones,” as international pressure mounts over the government’s handling of protests in Hong Kong and a widespread crackdown on Muslim minority groups.

China’s Xi warns efforts to divide China will end with ‘crushed bodies and shattered bones'

Chinese President Xi Jinping has issued a blunt and unambiguous warning to any foreign actors trying to tear Hong Kong from Beijing, stating that such plots would not end well for the perpetrators.Chinese President Xi Jinping has issued a blunt and unambiguous warning to any foreign actors trying to tear Hong Kong from Beijing, stating that such plots would not end well for the perpetrators.

Xi warns any attempt to divide China will end in ‘SHATTERED BONES’ — RT World News