China’s Universal Studios park to feature facial recognition tech | AFP

The Universal Studios amusement park under construction in Beijing will admit visitors without a ticket — thanks to cameras that will scan their faces to determine if they’ve paid for entry.

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Hong Kong leader slams US senator for ‘police state’ remark | AFP

Hong Kong’s leader on Tuesday hit back at a US senator who said the city is becoming a police state, a day after a massive rally called on Washington to punish Beijing over sliding freedoms in the international hub.

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Hong Kong police make arrests as ‘flashmob’ protests hit pro-Bejing targets | AFP

Riot police clashed with anti-government protesters across Hong Kong as masked activists vandalised businesses deemed sympathetic to Beijing, pursued through the streets by riot police in another weekend of chaos for the financial hub.

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Expert: China an economic foe, not military threat

Trucks carrying nuclear missiles designed to evade U.S. defenses rolled through Beijing as China’s Communist Party marked 70 years in power. Retired Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis says he believes the parade should be seen as a deterrent. (Oct. 1)

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Funeral money used in Hong Kong protests

Protesters paved the streets of Hong Kong with funeral banknotes Tuesday. The notes reflected what many protesters said felt like a day of mourning for them as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power. (Oct. 1)

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EU urges ‘de-escalation’ after Hong Kong protester shot | AFP

The European Union calls for “de-escalation and restraint” in Hong Kong after a police officer shot a demonstrator during a flare-up in the political protests roiling the territory. The violence in Hong Kong cast a shadow over celebrations in China marking 70 years of Communist Party rule, including a massive military parade in Beijing. SOUNDBITE

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