Two countries with the rockiest relationships are considering collaborating with the international community to fight the Islamic State group.
While the pro-democracy protests have struck a chord among students and activists, many Hong Kong businessmen have criticized the movement.
The board said the company is conducting an inquiry, and has asked Deloitte to conduct an independent and complete review of the issue.
The move comes at a time when a number of Australian citizens have been accused of fighting overseas for the Islamic State group.
Alibaba surpassed Agricultural Bank of China’s $22.1 billion IPO to become the world’s largest, after bankers hiked up the deal size.
Local police said that the move was intended to prevent Kurdish fighters from re-entering Syria to fight ISIS.
On Sunday, some 600,000 people marched along Manhattan's west side in what is being called the biggest climate change demonstration in history.