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2019年12月13日

Thousands attend memorial service in Hong Kong for student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after car-park fall near police dispersal operation
South China Morning Post, December 12, 2019

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【悼念周梓樂】警截查黑衣市民ㅤ人權監察:騷擾祭祀活動ㅤ超越道德底線 ("Beyond morality," crticizes Human rights Monitor as police harrass citizens queueng to pay respsects to Chow Tsz-lok)
Stand News, December 12, 2019

警察半年OT袋9.5億 民主派首引用傳召權力傳召警務處處長 (Police department paid almost one billion for overtime pay in past six months, pan-dems to summon police commissioner)
Inmediahk.net, December 13, 2019

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Hong Kong police paid HK$950m in overtime since June, averaging $86,000 per officer
Hong Kong Free Press, December 13, 2019

IPCC findings 'nothing but police press briefings'
The Standard, December 13, 2019

Hong Kong protesters mark six months since pivotal clash with police
Reuters, December 12, 2019

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612半周年 集會者稱「催淚彈味道揮之不去」 寫聖誕卡向在囚示威者送暖 ("I can still smell the teargas": Over 40,000 rally at Central on half-year anniversary of 6.12)
Ming Pao, December 12, 2019

Christmas cards collected for jailed Hong Kong protesters
Associated Press, December 12, 2019

數百中學生集會 中二男生:堅持走出來直到勝利 教師:以年輕人為榮 ("Until we win": Secondary school students rally in Tuen Mun to show support arrested fellow classmates)
Stand News, December 12, 2019

涉病房施虐 3警員今改控公職人員行為失當罪 轉介區院處理 (Three police officers who tortured elderly man in ward charged with misfeasance in public office, case to be transferred to District Court)
Inmediahk.net, December 12, 2019

Hong Kong Justice Sec. Teresa Cheng says Chinese officials paid her close attention during medical treatment
Hong Kong Free Press, December 12, 2019

Is Violence in Hong Kong’s Protests Turning off Moderates?
China File, December 11, 2019

Hong Kong protests in pictures: 6 months of anger, tear gas and clashes
Channel NewsAsia, December 10, 2019

2019年12月12日

Battle-scarred: the lasting impact of the PolyU campus siege on Hong Kong’s protest movement
Hong Kong Free Press, December 12, 2019

牛頭角港鐵站凌晨遭擲汽油彈 彌敦道巴士被按緊急死火掣、打裂車窗 3人被捕 (December 11: Molotov at MTR station, multiple buses stopped by emergency button, three arrested)
Stand News, December 12, 2019

Hong Kong protests: health care activists rally at Edinburgh Place to threaten government with strikes from new trade unions
South China Morning Post, December 12, 2019

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愛丁堡廣場醫護界集氣大會 有工會不排除回應三罷 (1,800 doctors and nurses rally in central to encourage unionization, consider participation in general strike)
Ming Pao, December 11, 2019

會計師公會理事改選 7 席 民主派大勝取 6 席 (Pro-democracy candidates take 6 seats out of 7 in Institute of Certified Public Accountants election, with record-breaking voting numbers)
Stand News, December 12, 2019

Who will police the Hong Kong police?
Quartz, December 11, 2019

The people sing: ‘Les Mis’ soothes, breaks Hong Kong hearts
Washington Post, December 11, 2019

被捕教師即時停職 教育局強調不等於「定罪」(Education Bureau suspends teacher arrested in protests)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 11, 2019

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蔣麗芸:應懲處違法教師 倡課室裝閉路電視監察教師操守 (Pro-Beijing legislator urges punishment for teachers and surveillance cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers' conduct)
Stand News, December 11, 2019

民主派區議員周偉雄:返內地奔喪遭拒入境ㅤ被指「危害國家安全」(Pro-democracy district councillor barred from entering mainland for family funeral)
Stand News, December 11, 2019

民主派動議譴責何君堯無人反對 將交調查委員會處理 (LegCo motion to condemn Junius Ho passes without objection, to proceed to internal investigation)
Ming Pao, December 11, 2019

First Hong Kong protest riot trial to be held in March as prosecutors criticised for ‘not disclosing evidence’
Hong Kong Free Press, December 11, 2019

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鄭若驊:不排除調動更多人手處理公眾活動案件 (More prosecutors might be allocated to handle vast number of protests cases, says Secretary of Justice Teresa Cheng)
Ming Pao, December 11, 2019

2019年12月11日

張曉明:23條未立法加劇「港獨」 建維護國安制度成緊迫任務 (Head of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office says absence of art.23 legislation aggrevated pro-independence trends, national security an urgent mission)
Ming Pao, December 11, 2019

逾900名反修例示威被捕人士未成年 涉暴動毁壞等 (Security Bureau reveals over 900 arrested protesters are underage, charges include rioting, illegal assembly, and assaulting police officers)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 11, 2019

Foreign experts quit Hong Kong police brutality inquiry over lack of powers
The Guardian, December 11, 2019

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Foreign Panel Steps Down From Probe of Hong Kong Police
The Wall Street Journal, December 10, 2019

監警會副主席謝偉銓 否認國際專家組「辭職」 稱是「現階段工作吿一段落」 (IPCC vice stresses "stand aside" is not resignation after international experts panel announces withdrawal)
Stand News, December 10, 2019

Hong Kong Education Bureau ‘considering penalties’ for around 30 teachers over protest-related conduct complaints
Hong Kong Free Press, December 11, 2019

All eyes on President Xi Jinping as Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam heads to Beijing to collect her report card
South China Morning Post, December 11, 2019

Court of Appeal rules Hong Kong mask ban to remain unconstitutional, with full appeal hearing due next month
Hong Kong Free Press, December 10, 2019

國際人權日集會 悼爭取人權犧牲者 聲援香港抗爭者 (Rally on Human Rights Day mourns lives lost in fight for human rights and voice support for Hong Kong protesters)
Stand News, December 10, 2019

【工運要人.1】前言:當街頭抗爭到瓶頸 工運是否一條新戰線? (As street protests reach bottleneck, is labour movement a new frontier?)
Stand News, December 10, 2019

2019年12月10日
2019年12月09日

郭声琨会见香港警务处处长邓炳强 (Head of Commission for Political and Legal Affairs meets Hong Kong's Commissioner of Police)
People's Daily, December 9, 2019

HK police to match tactics to protesters' behavior
ECNS, December 9, 2019

Huge turnout as Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters offer ‘last chance’ for leader Carrie Lam to meet demands
Hong Kong Free Press, December 8, 2019

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區議會選舉後香港人再上街,民陣發起「國際人權日遊行」稱80萬人參與 (800,000 Hong Kongers take to streets again in march for International Human Rights Day)
The News Lens, December 8, 2019

Hong Kong: mammoth rally marks six months of pro-democracy protests
The Guardian, December 8, 2019

【民陣12.8遊行】多個工會招會員 望組織罷工表達訴求 (Labor unions new and old push recruitment to bolster strikes)
Inmediahk.net, December 8, 2019

‘We Are Fleeing the Law’: Hong Kong Protesters Escape to Taiwan
The New York Times, December 8, 2019

警半年發1.6萬催淚彈 民權觀察批「如軍事行動」 監警會成員:驚訝但體諒 (16,000 canisters of tear gas fired in past 6 months)
Ming Pao, December 8, 2019

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In Pictures: Thousands of Hongkongers demand halt to use of tear gas after over 10,000 rounds fired
Hong Kong Free Press, December 7, 2019

催淚彈惹釋二噁英疑慮 政府官員有不同回應【短片】(Various responses by Hong Kong's government officials when asked on dioxins released by tear gas)
Ming Pao, December 9, 2019

Beijing’s Solution to Hong Kong’s Protests: More Patriotism
The Atlantic, December 8, 2019

‘Solidarity with Yuli’: Hundreds rally against deportation of migrant worker who wrote about Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong Free Press, December 8, 2019

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Deported Indonesian domestic worker claims Hong Kong authorities made her strip in front of male doctor
South China Morning Post, December 7, 2019

2019年12月05日
2019年12月05日
2019年12月05日

法改會倡以「未經同意插入」取締「強姦」 涵蓋肛交、口交 新罪行防誘識兒童 (Law Reform Commission suggest replacing "rape" with "non-consensual penetration" in proposed reforms to expand scope and address stigma)
Stand News, December 5, 2019

工聯會轟勞工處針對催淚煙 處方疑受壓叫停職安指引 (Labour Department pressured by pro-Beijing party to pause release of safety guidelines in response to widespread tear gas toxins)
Inmediahk.net, December 4, 2019

Hong Kong health chief says no big increase in harmful pollution, despite release of 10,000 tear gas rounds
Hong Kong Free Press, December 5, 2019

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烧烤毒素高于催泪弹?港官再拒公开催泪弹成分 (Hong Kong authorities once again refuse to disclose tear gas ingredients, says barbeque releases more toxins)
Radio Free Asia, December 4, 2019

Officer sitting on arrested student’s head was using minimum necessary force, say Hong Kong police
Hong Kong Free Press, December 4, 2019

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Photograph of Hong Kong policewoman sitting on 14-year-old who was resisting arrest goes viral
South China Morning Post, December 4, 2019

Pan-democrats launch bid in legislature to remove Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam from office
South China Morning Post, December 4, 2019

‘Freedom of speech is in the present tense’: Protests send Hongkongers to Taiwan in search of new lives
Hong Kong Free Press, December 4, 2019

【訪問】任職交銀 14 年被迫離職 羅家聰:連觀點都想控制,咩都唔講得,點做嘢?(Analyst pressured to resign from bank says Chinese funded enterprises don't like Hong Konger representing them anymore)
Stand News, December 5, 2019

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Chinese bank accused of forcing Hong Kong employee to quit over protests
Financial Times, December 3, 2019

2019年12月04日
2019年12月03日

Hong Kong advertising sector workers rally to kick-start five-day strike
Hong Kong Free Press, December 3, 2019

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1,500名廣告人牽頭罷工五日:廣告界從今不會缺席 ("We will not be absent": 1,500 advertising industry workers strike for five days this week)
Inmediahk.net, December 3, 2019

【再爆警謊】消防紀錄揭11.18人叠人66傷 警拖逾2小時才分流 逾半先送警署 (Leaked Fire Services Department record shows 66 injured in stampede on November 18 while police deny incident happened; officers delayed medical attention for 2.5 hours and then requested half of injured to be sent to police station before hospital)
Apple Daily, December 3, 2019

Hongkongers make BN(O) passports an election issue for British foreign secretary Dominic Raab
South China Morning Post, December 2, 2019

Hong Kong protests: opposition lawmakers Eddie Chu and Au Nok-hin launch bid to reform ‘draconian and out of date’ Public Order Ordinance
South China Morning Post, December 2, 2019

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公安條例暴動罪不符公義(文:區諾軒)(Public Order Ordinance and rioting crime is unjust)
Ming Pao, December 3, 2019

Indonesian woman who covered Hong Kong protests as a citizen journalist deported over visa issue
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

Funeral home denies it refused services for family of Hong Kong student who died following fall near protest
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Indonesian journalist who lost her eye while covering action in Wan Chai keen to pursue case against police
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

2019年12月01日

'Are you trying to kill us?': Police fire tear gas at Hong Kong protesters as thousands return to the streets
Associated Press, December 2, 2019

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38 萬人參與尖沙咀遊行 警放催淚彈、推長者、掩記者口 ("Don't forget where we started": 38,000 join approved march in Tsim Sha Tsui, met with tear gas)
Stand News, December 1, 2019

In Pictures: Hong Kong police fire tear gas in Whampoa, Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok, disrupting protest calm
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

新一哥否認警暴 反斥傳媒大規模造假抹黑警隊 (New commissioner of police denies police violence exists, criticizes media of mass smearing campaign using fake news)
Inmediahk.net, December 2, 2019

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Hong Kong cop who drove motorbike into protesters back on active duty as police chief rejects inquiry calls
Hong Kong Free Press, December 1, 2019

疑遭政治打壓印傭作家 Yuli 最快今午遞解出境 支持者入境處總部抗議:姐姐都係手足 (Protesters rally outside Immigration Department to support migrant worker facing deportation for covering Hong Kong protests)
Stand News, December 2, 2019

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Indonesian migrant worker who covered Hong Kong protests detained for 28 days, faces deportation over visa issue
Hong Kong Free Press, December 1, 2019

Hong Kong seniors rally to back students as activists decry police actions
Reuters, November 30, 2019

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退休紀律部隊撐學生抗爭 批香港已無好警察 ("There are no more good cops in Hong Kong," says retired disciplinary forces officer at "silver-hair" rally)
Inmediahk.net, December 1, 2019

‘We could all be Simon’: Hundreds urge London to protect UK nationals in Hong Kong after alleged torture of consular worker
Hong Kong Free Press, November 30, 2019

Hong Kong police consider use of wooden bullets to tackle unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 29, 2019

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回應警方考慮使用木彈 民權觀察促請警方停止武力升級 (Civil Rights Observer urges police to cease escalation of force as new commissioner says wooden bullets are being considered)
Inmediahk.net, November 29, 2019

Hong Kong police lift siege on Polytechnic University after 12 days
Hong Kong Free Press, November 29, 2019

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‘I choose to stay’: Hong Kong protester determined to outlast police at besieged Polytechnic University
Hong Kong Free Press, December 1, 2019

香港警方解封理工大学,结束两周“围城战”
Hong Kong Police End 2-Week Campus Siege
The New York Times, November 29, 2019

How one fighter made his escape from the worst battle of Hong Kong’s protests
Quartz, November 30, 2019

Gay homeowner challenges Hong Kong inheritance law over fears husband may not get house if he dies
South China Morning Post, November 29, 2019

Hong Kong court revokes search warrant for medical records of woman who accused police of rape
Hong Kong Free Press, November 28, 2019

Hong Kong court sends 16-year-old to rehab for carrying laser pointer, hiking pole and modified umbrella at demo
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

2019年12月01日

聯合國人權高級專員促獨立調查香港警暴 中方斥干涉內政 (China criticizes UN High Commissioner of Human Rights for interference after she urged for independent investigation on police violence)
Stand News, December 1, 2019

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Hong Kong’s leaders have only one way out of the protest crisis – a broad, open and inclusive dialogue with the whole community
South China Morning Post, November 30, 2019

Chinese police prepare for Macau handover anniversary with anti-terror drill near Hong Kong
South China Morning Post, November 30, 2019

The Coming Political Restrictions on Chinese Outbound Travel
The Diplomat, November 30, 2019

The migrants who made China an industrial giant face a grim retirement
The Economist, November 30, 2019

加拿大数十位参众议员挺香港 计划提案举行听证会和立法 (Dozens of Canadian lawmakers press for use of Magnitsky Act to support Hong Kong protests, to hold hearing to receive testimonies)
Radio Free Asia, November 29, 2019

外交部:不受歡迎的人自然不會被容許入境 (Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs is considering barring draftsmen of U.S.'s act on Hong Kong from enter China)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 29, 2019

中国公布王立强受审视频 特工身份扑朔迷离 (China releases video of trial in 2016 of defected spy seeking asylum in Australia, accusing him as fraudster)
Deutsche Welle, November 28, 2019

China’s religion chiefs to double down on bringing doctrine in line with socialist dogma
South China Morning Post, November 27, 2019

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Chinese Officials Tear Down Madonna Painting, Replace it With President Xi
Radio Free Asia, November 29, 2019

Tibetan Religious Figures Reject Chinese Role in Dalai Lama Reincarnation
Radio Free Asia, November 27, 2019

2019年11月27日

逾 3,700 國際知名學者聯署 譴責香港警暴 促大學拒警進入校園 (Over 3,700 intellectuals in global academy community sign joint-petition condemning police violence in Hong Kong, urges universities to deny police entry to campus)
Stand News, November 27, 2019

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Renowned Academics Among Over 3,700 Supporting The ‘Petition by Global Academics Against Police Brutality in Hong Kong’
Hong Kong Watch, November 26, 2019

少女 X 報稱警署內被強姦 警未獲同意索醫療報告 法院昨撤銷搜查令 (Protester who filed complaint for rape during detention wins court application to revoke search warrant that allowed police to obtain her medical records and clinic surveillance footage after complaint was filed)
Stand News, November 27, 2019

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‘Grossly unprofessional’: Lawyers slam Hong Kong police for ‘privacy breach’ after woman accuses officers of gang rape
Hong Kong Free Press, November 12, 2019

【DQ 公務員?】羅智光:已著手研究令公務員宣誓擁護基本法 (HKSAR government studying how to expand requirement to swear oath to uphold Basic Law to all civil servants)
Stand News, November 27, 2019

Hong Kong protesters return to city streets to keep pressure on government and show support for radicals at Polytechnic University
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2019

Hong Kong activist jailed for 46 months for rioting during 2016 Mong Kok unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

香港当选区议员黄国桐被拒入境澳门 (Newly elected district council candidate denied entry to Macau on national security grounds)
Radio Free Asia, November 26, 2019

香港红隧恢复通车 理大继续搜索被困人士 (Cross-harbor tunnel reopens, PolyU staff urges police to retreat)
Deutsche Welle, November 27, 2019

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Hong Kong university siege: staff say almost all protesters have gone
The Guardian, November 26, 2019

HKFP Lens: Hong Kong’s devastated Poly U campus becomes a safety hazard a week after brutal protest battles
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

Officials withdraw HK$250 million in funding requests for two universities after disquiet at lack of control over campuses voiced by pro-government lawmakers
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2019

In Hong Kong elections, the message is clear. The next step may not be.
Christian Science Monitor, November 25, 2019

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Hong Kong's Lam appeals for calm but offers no concessions after election drubbing
Reuters, November 25, 2019

2019年11月25日

Hundreds return to Hong Kong’s streets to demand release of protesters trapped on PolyU campus
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

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拒解封理大 林鄭:包圍屬執法行動、須堅守法治 警談判成員合適時間才進校園 (Carrie Lam refuses to order police to retreat, says siege is law enforcement operation)
Stand News, November 26, 2019

Hong Kong protests: police to send negotiators and psychologists to PolyU to convince holdouts to come out
South China Morning Post, November 25, 2019

'Little kittens': Hong Kong campus protest holdouts left isolated and fearful
Reuters, November 25, 2019

林鄭月娥指正考慮成立獨立檢討委員會檢視社會動盪成因 (Carrie Lam says she is considering an independent "review" committee to look into reasons for social unrest)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 26, 2019

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Hong Kong District Council election: No concessions, but gov’t will reflect and improve, says Chief Exec. Carrie Lam
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

蒙面黑衣人撐黃傘廣告被禁 產業署指內容可引起不安 何慶基:赤裸裸的政治刪禁 (Authorities ban poster of theatre performance depicting people yellow umbrellas in ancient Japan)
Stand News, November 26, 2019

逾廿個國際人權組織去信巴切萊特 要求譴責港府及警隊 (Over 20 international human rights organizations issue joint statement to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urging condemnation on police and Hong Kong authorities)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 26, 2019

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Condemn Systematic Violations of Fundamental Freedoms in Hong Kong & Police Violence
Amnesty International, November 25, 2019

World’s Top Human Rights Official Must Uphold Her Mandate and Press for Human Rights Protection for the People of Hong Kong
Human Rights in China, November 22, 2019

廣告人發起 12.2 起罷工五日 冀其他行業響應向政府施壓 (Advertisement industry to strike for five days from December 2, urges others to join)
Stand News, November 26, 2019

Hong Kong Doesn’t Have a Pro-China ‘Silent Majority’
The Atlantic, November 25, 2019

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Meet 5 of Hong Kong’s Newest Politicians
The New York Times, November 25, 2019

‘Nonlethal weapons’ fired at protesters in Hong Kong, Chile and Iraq are having very dangerous — even deadly — effects
Washington Post, November 23, 2019

2019年11月25日

Hong Kong District Council election: Democrats take control of 17 out of 18 councils in landslide victory
Hong Kong Free Press, November 25, 2019

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Hong Kong’s “referendum” has voted deafeningly for democracy—and against Beijing
Quartz, November 25, 2019

【建制覆沒】區選變公投 民主派贏近九成民選議席 控制十七區 總選票維持六四比 (Hong Kong District Council elections: Democrats take over 90% of seats, but total votes remain 6:4 ratio)
Stand News, November 25, 2019

警圍理大第八日 被困者:逾 30 人被困 有人驚恐、拒進食、失語言能力 斥警剝削投票權 (Over 30 still trapped in PolyU on eighth day of siege: Panic attacks, starvation, loss of speech)
Stand New, November 24, 2019

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理大圍城近尾聲,但人道災難才剛開始:部分示威者拒絕進食、失去說話能力 (As PolyU siege draws to a close, a humanitarian crisis has just begun)
The News Lens, November 24, 2019

Hong Kong university siege: two men trapped on campus for more than a week slam police for ‘depriving them of right to vote’
South China Morning Post, November 24, 2019

Hong Kong project strives to improve mental health after study reveals one in 10 have suspected depression in city
South China Morning Post, November 25, 2019

藏鐳射筆少年被改控罪後獲判入更新中心 (15 year-old protester sentenced to rehabilitation centre for carrying laser pointer)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 25, 2019

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Hong Kong man, 43, arrested over photos of elite ‘Flying Tigers’ police squad in action near PolyU clash
South China Morning Post, November 23, 2019

Top judge Geoffrey Ma reasserts Hong Kong’s judicial autonomy after Beijing criticism
South China Morning Post, November 25, 2019

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Hong Kong Court Reinstates Mask Ban Before Citywide Election
The New York Times, November 22, 2019

2019年11月22日

Despair and destruction at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University - in pictures
The Guardian, November 22, 2019

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【圍困理大】警開咪嘲留守者要食生命麵包 網民發起「和你食包」:食包唔可恥,Popo 你食屎 (Daily "Lunch With You" protesters eat plain bread today to show solidarity after police mock starving students trapped in PolyU)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

民間記者會引述理大抗爭者:校內非人生活 轟警「想殺死我哋」("They're trying to kill us": Letter from trapped PolyU student slams inhumane treatment by police, "peaceful resolution" just ends in over 200 arrests)
Inmediahk.net, November 22, 2019

Abuse and acrimony as crisis-hit Hong Kong holds district polls
Channel NewsAsia, November 22, 2019

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網民發表《連登共同宣言》:11.24 絕不破壞,齊齊投票 (Joint declaration circulated on LIHKG urging protesters to vote on district elections on Sunday)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

'Police election presence needed to make voters feel safe'
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 22, 2019

趙家賢永世記得耳廓被扯甩聲音 至今仍感陣痛頭暈 ("I will always remember the sound": District elections candidate who had ear bitten off by attackers leaves hospital, prepares for election)
Ming Pao, November 22, 2019

被捕人士庭上稱遭警狂毆 鄧炳強指非新鮮事:成日都有 ("Complaints like these happen all the time," says new Police Commissioner after hundreds of protesters brought to court claim beaten by police and magistrate urged authorities to act)
Inmediahk.net, November 22, 2019

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【圍困理大】首批被告 19 人控暴動 投訴警毆打推倒至手掌骨折 延 42 小時送院 (First batch charged with rioting in PolyU siege raise complaints of police brutality and 42-hour delay in being sent to hospital)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

Hong Kong hospitals find themselves on protest frontlines
Reuters, November 22, 2019

西灣河被槍傷男子被控非法集結 警方不排除加控罪行 (Protester shot in abdomen by live round charged with illegal assembly)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 22, 2019

15 學者、宗教人士宣布絕食 要求警方和平解決理大事件 (Scholars and religious leaders start hunger strike to demand independent investigation of police violence, peaceful resolution and dropping of rioting charges in PolyU crisis, and go-ahead for district council elections)
Stand News, November 21, 2019

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社福界下月罷工3日促查警暴設獨立調查委員會 1215遊行路線待定 (Social welfare sector to go on strike for three days in December urging establishment of independent commission to investigate police violence)
Ming Pao, November 21, 2019

Hong Kong protests: call for peace from son of Luo Changqing, killed by brick hurled during Sheung Shui clash
South China Morning Post, November 21, 2019

人民日報轟港法院判刑輕 倡設特別法庭快審快判 再斥高院廢《禁蒙面法》(People's Daily urges setting up special court to speed up prosecution of protesters, slams Hong Kong courts for light sentencing and "exceeding authority" in anti-mask law ruling)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

Related:
北京警告可能干预香港司法裁决
In Warning to Hong Kong’s Courts, China Shows Who Is Boss
The New York Times, November 21, 2019

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