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Hong Kong's immigration department said Sunday they have received reports a man went missing on a cross-border mega bridge to the gambling hub of Macau that currently hosts a Chinese mainland police checkpoint. The disappearance first emerged on Saturday when the man's son told local media his father had texted to say he was being detained while passing through an artificial island manned by Chinese police on his way to the semi-autonomous city of Macau. The man was travelling by bus on Friday afternoon along the bridge-and-tunnel network linking Hong Kong, Macau and mainland city Zhuhai, his son said.
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When a local coffee shop owner entered hospice, a competitor ran his shop for the day to help keep his business afloat.
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Climate change activist Greta Thunberg has apologised for any misunderstanding after saying politicians should be put “against the wall”.The teenager has been touring the world rallying support for her green movement and calling for young people to hold their governments to account over their contribution to climate change.
Telecoms engineer Peng Jiezhao's taste for new smartphones and expensive sneakers seemed like a harmless, if expensive, hobby -- until he started borrowing money from Chinese online lending sites to feed it. An initial 300-yuan ($42) loan began a downward spiral that dragged Peng, 22, into a 100,000 yuan debt borrowed from more than 20 "peer-to-peer" (P2P) lending platforms. This year, a new complication emerged: an official crackdown on online lending shuttered thousands of providers that Peng had used to acquire new money to pay old debt, forcing him to go cap-in-hand to his parents for a bailout.
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Pep Guardiola struggling to keep up with rivals - and City’s high standards. Manchester City manager admits his side are some way off the pace set by Liverpool after two title-winning seasons