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2019年06月28日

“Stand with Hong Kong”: G20 appeal over extradition law crisis appears in over 10 int’l newspapers
Hong Kong Free Press, June 28, 2019

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G20 峰會前夕 港人大阪舉行集會 爭取國際關注 (Hong Kongers rally in Osaka on the eve of G20 in bid for international attention on anti-extradition and police violence)
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

Students and uniformed groups will not attend July 1 flag raising ceremony due to “safety concerns”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 28, 2019

Hong Kong anti-extradition law protesters gather outside justice secretary’s office demanding dialogue
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

醫管局:警方須有足夠理據 方可取病人資料 將成立三人小組審視電腦系統 (Hospital Authority to set up working group to review security of computer systems, stresses police must provide sufficient justification when requesting patient information
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

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“Temporary” closure of police posts at two Hong Kong hospitals is because of “political hatred,” says commissioner
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

林鄭月娥會見四警察協會代表 表揚警隊高度專業克制 不偏不倚執法 (Carrie Lam meets with police groups, thanks them for “highly professional and restrained” execution of duty amidst difficult times)
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

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Nothing independent about Hong Kong police complaints process say critics, as watchdog floats idea of special panel to investigate extradition bill violence
South China Morning Post, June 27, 2019

Part of Hong Kong harbourfront to be given to Chinese army as pro-Beijing lawmaker accused of blocking opposition
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

Hong Kong journalist groups rebuke protesters for harassing TVB cameraman at anti-extradition rally
South China Morning Post, June 27, 2019

中共重施老把戏被指散播“假新闻”企图离间反送中群众 (Fake news videos used to drive a wedge among protestors)
Radio France Internationale, June 27, 2019

2019年06月27日

【不斷更新】數百人包圍律政中心 促釋放義士 (Hundreds rally outside Department of Justice building demanding release of arrested protestors)
Inmediahk.net, June 27, 2019

香港抗议者呼吁G20领导人向中国施压
Why Hong Kong’s protesters are turning to G-20 leaders for help
The New York Times, June 27, 2019

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愛丁堡廣場數萬港人聚集反《逃犯條例》修訂 多國語言籲國際支持 (Tens of thousands gather in “Free Hong Kong, Democracy Now” rally to urge global support for Hong Kong at G20)
The Initium, June 26, 2019

“Democracy now, Free Hong Kong”: Thousands of protesters urge G20 to back anti-extradition law movement
Hong Kong Free Press, June 26, 2019

Thousands of anti-extradition law protesters descend upon Hong Kong police HQ again
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

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【再包圍警總】楊逸朗涉襲警被捕 警記錄 60 人身份證跟進 (1 arrested, 60 identified for follow-up; police clear protests outside headquarters)
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

【逃犯條例】與李家超見傳媒 盧偉聰籲勿因政治紛爭「將仇恨放在警隊上」(Commissioner of Police urges Hong Kongers not to transfer “political hatred” from government to police after officers removed from two hospitals due to “hostility” from hospital staff)
Ming Pao, June 27, 2019

Lowest rating yet for a Hong Kong leader: Popularity of Carrie Lam plunges to historic low – HKU poll
Hong Kong Free Press, June 26, 2019

Scholars and religious figures urge for investigation into anti-extradition law clashes, as Beijing decries protester “violence”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 26, 2019

Pan-democrats thwarted in last bid to stop Hong Kong government’s plan to give People’s Liberation Army a prime slice of Central waterfront
South China Morning Post, June 26, 2019

2019年06月25日

【逃犯條例.不斷更新】逾百人出發赴領事館請願 促G20集團峰會向習近平施壓 (Hundreds of protestors on “marathon march” visit over a dozen diplomatic missions, urging pressure on China at G20 summit)
Ming Pao, June 26, 2019

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More anti-extradition protests planned in Hong Kong and Japan ahead of Osaka G20 summit
Hong Kong Free Press, June 25, 2019

Hong Kong activists crowdfund for anti-extradition bill voice at G20
Reuters, June 25, 2019

【曾蔭權上訴得直】曾蔭權公職失當案終極上訴得直獲撤控 (Former chief executive Donald Tsang’s convictions quashed in successful appeal to final court)
Ming Pao, June 26, 2019

Defiant Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam sticking to her guns over refusal to withdraw extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 26, 2019

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Hong Kong extradition bill crisis: government’s relationship with pro-establishment camp takes a hit, as Carrie Lam accused of going it alone
South China Morning Post, June 25, 2019

不合作運動惹部分市民不滿,示威人士發起道歉行動 (Protestors stage “apology movement” to bolster support for civil disobedience disrupting government functions)
The Initium, June 25, 2019

LGBT couples in Hong Kong are treated differently by the law in nearly 100 ways, report finds
South China Morning Post, June 26, 2019

Head of Hong Kong photojournalist union resigns amid row over professional conduct and police “tip-off”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 25, 2019

UK halts sale of teargas to Hong Kong amid police brutality claims
The Guardian, June 25, 2019

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Hong Kong police urge Court of Appeal to relax warrant requirement for mobile phone searches in hearing that has implications for extradition bill protesters and criminal suspects
South China Morning Post, June 25, 2019

Anti-extradition bill protesters continue pressure tactics against Hong Kong government as calls mount for independent inquiry into June 12 violence
South China Morning Post, June 25, 2019

The Hong Kong celebrities risking careers to join protests
Al Jazeera, June 25, 2019

2019年06月24日
2019年06月24日

Over 100 Hong Kong anti-extradition law protesters occupy Revenue Tower foyer
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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Be water, my friend: Hong Kong protesters take Bruce Lee’s wise saying to heart and go with the flow
South China Morning Post, June 22, 2019

2019 Hong Kong protests against extradition bill: A brief timeline
Human Rights in China, June 21, 2019

32 former Hong Kong officials and politicians appeal to gov’t to scrap extradition bill
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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In full: An open Letter to Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam from ex-no. 2 Anson Chan
Hong Kong Free Press, June 23, 2019

Lawmaker and legal scholar revise proposed changes to Hong Kong extradition bill in bid to ease fallout from controversial amendment
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

民陣要求成立獨立調查委員會跟進警方懷疑濫權行為 (Civil Human Rights Front urges establishment of independent commission to investigate police abuse of power)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 23, 2019

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Use existing mechanism for police complaints, says Hong Kong justice chief as anger over alleged misconduct boils over
Hong Kong Free Press, June 22, 2019

Verified: Hong Kong police violence against peaceful protesters
Amnesty International, June 21, 2019

“Treated like prey”: Protester injured in anti-extradition law clashes questions police tactics
FactWire, June 213, 2019

Hong Kong sees surge in people looking to leave, agents report
Financial Times, June 24, 2019

Hong Kong police accused of harassing hospital staff during searches for extradition bill protesters as medical and legal professionals call on officers to behave
South China Morning Post, June 23, 2019

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Department of Health seeks clarification from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital over refusal to treat injured protester who was later arrested
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

Hong Kong refuses entry to ex-Philippine diplomat and China critic
Financial Times, June 21, 2019

当赞美诗变成抗议颂歌:走上街头的香港基督徒
With hymns and prayers, Christians help drive Hong Kong’s protests
The New York Times, June 21, 2019

2019年06月24日

Over 100 Hong Kong anti-extradition law protesters occupy Revenue Tower foyer
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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Be water, my friend: Hong Kong protesters take Bruce Lee’s wise saying to heart and go with the flow
South China Morning Post, June 22, 2019

2019 Hong Kong protests against extradition bill: A brief timeline
Human Rights in China, June 21, 2019

32 former Hong Kong officials and politicians appeal to gov’t to scrap extradition bill
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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In full: An open Letter to Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam from ex-no. 2 Anson Chan
Hong Kong Free Press, June 23, 2019

Lawmaker and legal scholar revise proposed changes to Hong Kong extradition bill in bid to ease fallout from controversial amendment
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

民陣要求成立獨立調查委員會跟進警方懷疑濫權行為 (Civil Human Rights Front urges establishment of independent commission to investigate police abuse of powers)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 23, 2019

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Use existing mechanism for police complaints, says Hong Kong justice chief as anger over alleged misconduct boils over
Hong Kong Free Press, June 22, 2019

Verified: Hong Kong police violence against peaceful protesters
Amnesty International, June 21, 2019

“Treated like prey”: Protester injured in anti-extradition law clashes questions police tactics
FactWire, June 213, 2019

Hong Kong sees surge in people looking to leave, agents report
Financial Times, June 24, 2019

Hong Kong police accused of harassing hospital staff during searches for extradition bill protesters as medical and legal professionals call on officers to behave
South China Morning Post, June 23, 2019

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Department of Health seeks clarification from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital over refusal to treat injured protester who was later arrested
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

Hong Kong refuses entry to ex-Philippine diplomat and China critic
Financial Times, June 21, 2019

当赞美诗变成抗议颂歌:走上街头的香港基督徒
With hymns and prayers, Christians help drive Hong Kong’s protests
The New York Times, June 21, 2019

2019年06月21日

David Miliband: We’re living in an Age of Impunity
Axios, June 21, 2019

Be on alert for external “hostile forces,” Chinese security chief warns cadres
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

Trump offers “anything” to help Canada in rift with China
BBC, June 21, 2019

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What Jean Chrétien has done to Canada on the Meng Wanzhou case
Maclean’s, June 19, 2019

U.S. human trafficking report: China, Iran, N. Korea worst offenders
United Press International, June 20, 2019

How China weaponized the global supply chain
National Review, June 20, 2019

“构建人类命运共同体,促进青少年参与可持续发展”创新示范项目在京启动 (Beijing commences pioneer project with UN volunteers on building a community with shared future)
People’s Daily, June 20, 2019
HRIC Note: China Song Ching Ling Foundation, Representative Office of United Nations Development Programme in China, UN Volunteers, China International Centre For Economic & Technical Exchanges launched a joint “innovative demonstration project” on June 20 to promote a shared platform for volunteer work to “strengthen notions of a community with shared future in the hearts of youth.”

人权当道法律缺席: 台湾接济中国难民的矛盾处境 (Where human rights triumphs but the law lags behind: The dilemma of Taiwan’s acceptance of Chinese asylum seekers)
Deutsche Welle, June 20, 2019

2019年06月21日

大批示威者包圍警總 要求與盧偉聰會面 (Protestors gather outside police headquarters demanding to speak with commissioner Stephen Lo)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 21, 2019

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Hong Kong government scrambles to save face as extradition bill backlash threatens to paralyse legislature
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

律師信要求速龍小隊展示警員編號 (Legislator Eddie Chu issues legal letter to commissioner of police demanding “raptors” police unit display ID numbers)
Inmediahk.net, June 20, 2019

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Hong Kong activists complain police failed to display ID numbers, as security chief says uniform has “no room”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 21, 2019

【612 衝突】網民製警暴合集短片 配中英日字幕 望國際關注 (Compilation: Citizens create video showing police brutality in hopes of capturing international attention)
The Stand News, June 21, 2019

荃灣港安稱有應警方要求通報疑槍傷個案 指存灰色地帶 (Police demanded hospital in Tsuen Wan to report patients that took part in protests; hospital staff then redirected a patient with rubber bullet wound to another public hospital, and called the police; protester arrested when he sought further medical attention)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 21, 2019

行政長官是否有權承諾撤銷對示威者的控罪?(Does the Chief Executive have the power to promise not to press charges against protesters?)
Inmediahk.net, June 21, 2019

“It’s a miracle to be in Hong Kong”: A refugee’s tale, one of 70 million
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

2019年06月20日

【引渡惡法】留學生回港聲援反送中 步出機艙即被警截查 (Overseas Hong Kong students who flew back to support anti-extradition questioned by police at airport)
Apple Daily, June 20, 2019

Activists in Hong Kong make pitch to extradition protesters: register to vote
Reuters, June 20, 2019

As Hong Kong erupted over extradition bill, city’s tycoons waited and worried
The New York Times, June 20, 2019

Anti-extradition row: Hong Kong gov’t must respond to demands or protests will escalate on Fri, student groups say
Hong Kong Free Press, June 20, 2019

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Hong Kong shuts down government again as protesters' deadline passes
Radio Free Asia, June 20, 2019

Fears Hong Kong protests could turn violent amid calls to “escalate action”
The Guardian, June 19, 2019

【反送中】「林鄭,不准殺害年輕人」 大學教授特首辦外手寫橫額抗議 (“Carrie Lam, don’t shoot our kids”: Parents and university professors rally outside government office to urge concession)
The Stand News, June 20, 2019

Hong Kongers protest extradition bill through art
Al Jazeera, June 20, 2019

Hospital Authority vows to revive public trust as stories emerge of protesters arrested after personal details leaked by city-run facilities
South China Morning Post, June 20, 2019

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速龍小隊無編號 李家超引述警方:無位置展示 (When asked why police officers who dispersed crowd with force did not display their officer numbers, police respond: “There is no space on the uniform”)
Inmediahk.net, June 19, 2019

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Police chief vows action against those targeting officers with online abuse following Hong Kong’s extradition bill protests
South China Morning Post, June 19, 2019

Hong Kong lawmakers grill security chief over protest violence
Channel NewsAsia, June 19, 2019

【反送中】油麻地藝文空間播612警暴片 多名市民圍觀企出馬路 (Art space in Yau Ma Tei screens videos of police violence during June 12 forceful clearance)
The Stand News, June 19, 2019

HKFP Lens: Eye of the storm – Dan Garrett captures Hong Kong’s anti-extradition clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, June 20, 2019

Hong Kong's “leaderless” protesters mull next move
Channel NewsAsia, June 19, 2019

2019年06月19日

【反送中】林鄭未回應 5 大訴求 多個 Telegram 熱門群組發聯合聲明 警告 6.21 行動升級 (Carrie Lam ignores demands; protesters’ Telegram groups issue joint statement warning further action on June 21)
The Stand News, June 18, 2019

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連登現《抗爭者致香港市民道歉聲明》 籲市民周四五勿往金鐘政總 (Protesters plan escalated demonstrations on Thursday and Friday, issue advance apology to general public and warn them to stay away from Admiralty)
The Stand News, June 18, 2019

Hong Kong police release eight anti-extradition law protesters arrested during unrest for loitering
Hong Kong Free Press, June 19, 2019

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Video: Level of force used by Hong Kong police to clear protests questioned, as video clips go viral
Hong Kong Free Press, June 18, 2019

Ban face masks during rallies: Pro-police group
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 18, 2019

Communism v. Catholicism: Religion is a big factor on Hong Kong's streets
The Age, June 18, 2019

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“Sing Hallelujah to the Lord” an unlikely anthem of Hong Kong protests
Reuters, June 18, 2019

Hong Kong pupils deface TSA exams in extradition bill protest, but are likely to escape punishment
South China Morning Post, June 18, 2019

Hong Kong’s massive protests are getting results
Vice, June 17, 2019

17歲少年首次參加社運 一天之內變大人 (Grown up overnight: A 17-year-old participates in social movement for the first time)
Ming Pao Weekly, June 14, 2019

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移民或抗争? 新一代香港人内心的挣扎 (The struggle of the new generation of Hong Kongers: Fight or emigrate)
Radio Free Asia, June 17, 2019

2019年06月18日

現身「向香港市民真誠道歉」 仍拒說「撤回」 林鄭重申已停修例工作無時間表 (“Sincere apology,” but refusal to withdraw: Carrie Lam stresses no timetable to resume legislative work on extradition amendments, refuses to acede to protesters’ demands)
The Stand News, June 18, 2019

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Hong Kong protestors demand Lam's resignation
Christian Science Monitor, June 17, 2019

Hong Kong's lame duck? Leader Lam faces fight for political life
Al Jazeera, June 17, 2019

In Hong Kong’s political heart, a semblance of normality after protests and clashes over extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 18, 2019

Police can access full details of injured protesters in hospital, says medical sector lawmaker following patient arrests
Hong Kong Free Press, June 17, 2019

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醫管局認急症室內電腦毋須登入可查資料 私隠專員指已介入調查 (Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data begins privacy breach investigations on hospitals after protests)
The Stand News, June 18, 2019

Hong Kong Journalists Association files complaint to independent watchdog, accusing police of using “violence and intimidation” against media at extradition bill protests
South China Morning Post, June 17, 2019

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危害記者安全及損害新聞自由 26 宗警員濫權個案詳情 (26 reporters document police endangerment of journalists, impinging press freedom during protests)
The Stand News, June 18, 2019

For Hong Kong’s youth, protests are “a matter of life and death”
The New York Times, June 17, 2019

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Hong Kong mass protests against government’s extradition bill push more locals to seek psychological support
South China Morning Post, June 17, 2019

Hong Kong protests go global as marchers take to streets in US, Europe and Australia in show of solidarity
South China Morning Post, June 17, 2019

Hong Kong police deployed female cops to clean up their colleagues’ mess
Quartz, June 17, 2019

Lawyer for Demosisto’s Agnes Chow describes “chilling effect” on political speech in Hong Kong in court fight over by-election disqualification
South China Morning Post, June 17, 2019

2019年06月17日

Almost 2 million attended anti-extradition law demo, say organisers, as protesters bed in around gov’t HQ
Hong Kong Free Press, June 17, 2019

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6.16 大遊行 再佔夏慤道 民陣:「二百萬零一人」參與遊行 (2 million + 1: Crowds take the streets again in largest march in Hong Kong’s history)
The Stand News, June 17, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Pressure builds on Carrie Lam as public rejects apology
Guardian, June 17, 2019

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong freed from jail, vows to join mass protests
Reuters, June 17, 2019

【6.16 大遊行】「黃雨衣」墮樓男子悼念者不絕ㅤ謹記逝者遺言 (“Man in the yellow raincoat”: Countless Hong Kongers mourn protester who committed suicide, take up his final plea)
The Stand News, June 17, 2019

【逃犯條例】催淚彈擊中急救站 陳沛然:警可區別救護員與示威者 (Medical sector legislator condemns police for firing tear gas at citizens’ first aid stations)
HK01, June 15, 2019

周庭代表律師指選舉主任無權拒絕接納已簽署確認書 (Returning Officer had no right to reject signed confirmation that she uphold the Basic Law, says Agnes Chow’s lawyer at disqualification appeal)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 17, 2019

LGBT couple in landmark Hong Kong case say coming forward was vital to give encouragement to others who still feel the need to hide their sexuality
South China Morning Post, June 16, 2019

How did one of the safest cities in the world descend into violence?
CNN, June 13, 2019

2019年06月14日

香港逃犯条例修订争议 一张图看完全过程 (Chronology: Hong Kong’s extradition amendment bill controversy)
BBC, June 13, 2019

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HKFP Lens: The final throes of Hong Kong’s day-long street occupation, as anti-extradition law protesters dispersed to Central
Hong Kong Free Press, June 13, 2019

Scrap proposed amendments to extradition laws, guarantee the right to peaceful assembly
FIDH, Human Rights in China, June 13, 2019

Foreign gov’ts and politicians urge restraint and dialogue over Hong Kong anti-extradition law clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, June 14, 2019

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Freedom House urges US Congress to pass Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act
Freedom House, June 13, 2019

Why Taiwan is the most outspoken critic of Hong Kong’s extradition law
Quartz, June 13, 2019

醫生組織:懇切提醒警盡量避免醫院拉人 免病者害怕求診 加重傷勢 (Medical professionals urge police not to make arrests in hospitals, citing aggravated injury if protestors deterred from seeking prompt treatment)
The Stand News, June 14, 2019

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添華夏慤現場重組:第一枚催淚彈發射前後,他們經歷了什麼? (Reenacted: What protestors went through after the first use of tear gas)
The Initium, June 14, 2019

【反送中的人】基督徒:神教我們守護公義,並非政權 (A Christian among protestors: God taught us to guard justice, not the government)
Inmediahk.net, June 13, 2019

Protesters disrupt Hong Kong’s MTR train services with non-cooperation campaign in new front against controversial extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong activist Avery Ng loses appeal against sentence for divulging details of corruption investigation into former government official
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

2019年06月13日

Extradition bill debate postponed for second time after Hong Kong protests
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong’s young protesters have learned the lessons of the past. They are tolerant of different views, careful with their identities and freed by a lack of leadership
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong protesters are defiant in the face of police rubber bullets: “We have to do something”
Independent, June 12, 2019

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【警暴合輯 ‧ 不斷更新】警向 6.12 手無寸鐵示威者施暴 人權組織、大律師公會批評 (Compilation: Police violence on unarmed protestors during clash on June 12, human rights organizations and Bar Association speaks out on abuse and violation of international standards)The Stand News, June 13, 2019

兩醫生工會譴責警方濫用暴力 布袋彈橡膠子彈瞄準頭部 並非驅散人群手段 (Two doctors’ associations condemn excessive violence of the police, citing grave concerns on rubber bullets and bean-bag rounds aimed at heads of protestors and journalists, and unrestrained use of tear gas, as reckless action not aimed at crowd control)
The Stand News, June 13, 2019

特首選委聯署要求林鄭月娥下台、停止警方暴力及撤回逃犯修例 (Over 200 members of Election Committee ask Carrie Lam to step down, cease police violence, and retract extradition amendments)
Inmediahk.net, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong extradition bill should be dropped because of “serious risk of human rights violations” in mainland China, say foreign lawyers
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Telegram 群組管理員被捕 楊岳橋:罪行備受質疑 被捕者無責任解鎖手機 (Coordinator of protester chatgroup arrested on public nuisance charges)
The Stand News, June 12, 2019

In battle for Hong Kong, the field has tilted toward Beijing
The New York Times, June 12, 2019

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