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2019年09月11日

Explainer: How Hong Kong’s “self-learning, open source” protest movement decides what to do nextHong Kong Free Press, September 11, 2019

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In Hong Kong’s leaderless movement, officials don't know who to negotiate with
Bloomberg, September 10, 2019

醫療界報章刊實名聯署 轟警濫暴違人道 促回應訴求「搶救香港」(“Rescue Hong Kong”: Medical sector petition takes out front-page ad in Apple Daily highlighting police use of force in violation of humanitarian principles, reiterates protesters’ 5 demands)
Stand News, September 11, 2019

反釋法遊行 吳文遠林朗彥判囚14天緩刑1年 林淳軒等6人判服務令 (Avery Ng, Ivan Lam, other activists handed suspended sentences, community service orders for 2016 protests against Beijing interpretation of Basic Law)
Ming Pao, September 11, 2019

【逃犯條例】27學者高官聯署促獨立調查警用過度武力 籲示威者和平表達訴求 (27 scholars and former senior government officials urge independent investigation into police use of force, ask protesters to express demands peacefully)
Ming Pao, September 11, 2019

高院拒絕郭卓堅司法覆核 指無權迫特首設調查委員會 (Courts have no power to force Chief Executive to set up commission of inquiry, says judge in rejecting judicial review application)
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 11, 2019

Ex-head of Ontario police watchdog dismisses concerns about suitability to join probe into force’s handling of unrest and defends his impartiality
South China Morning Post, September 11, 2019

US lawmakers introduce bill to stop tear gas sales to Hong Kong
South China Morning Post, September 11, 2019

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US Congress cannot become “stakeholder” in Hong Kong affairs, says leader Carrie Lam amid sanctions threat
Hong Kong Free Press, September 10, 2019

Demonstrators boo Chinese anthem at football qualifier
Al Jazeera, September 11, 2019

【睇片】遍地開花 多區市民自發高歌「願榮光歸香港」(“Glory to Hong Kong”: Protest song sung across Hong Kong at night)
Stand News, September 10, 2019

Hong Kong police issue extendable batons to off-duty officers, but critics concerned over potential for abuse
Hong Kong Free Press, September 10, 2019

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警方設 10 條反暴力熱線 接收「止暴制亂」匿名報料 只收 whatsapp 不聽電話 (Police set up 10 “anti-violence” Whatsapp numbers to receive anonymous tips against protests)
Stand News, September 11, 2019

2019年09月10日

Hong Kong police ignore request from lawmakers to visit controversial San Uk Ling detention centreHong Kong Free Press, September 10, 2019

【逃犯條例】消息:警新購一萬支伸縮警棍 專供休班警跟身執法 (Police have ordered 10,000 batons for officers to “execute their duty” while off-the-clock)
HK01, September 10, 2019

【逃犯條例】港鐵公開8‧31太子站閉路電視部分畫面 (MTR corporation releases select screenshots of August 31 surveillance footage of Prince Edward Station)
Ming Pao, September 10, 2019

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一群市民在報章登全版聯署信 促港鐵公開 831 太子站 CCTV 及職員隨身錄影片段 (Citizens take out front-page ad urging disclosure of surveillance footage of Prince Edward station on August 31 to ease public concern)
Stand News, September 10, 2019

Hong Kong protests: police given medical reports of woman with eye injury despite her bid to block move
South China Morning Post, September 9, 2019

My town is the new Cold War’s Berlin: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong
Reuters, September 9, 2019

Hong Kong journalists warn of rising police violence against them
The Guardian, September 9, 2019

Chargeboys, wizards and firefighters: The “Braves” on the frontlines of Hong Kong’s protests
Agence France-Presse, September 9, 2019

教育局:人鏈活動令人憂慮 聲浪問題滋擾 引起衝突、傷人等 (Education Bureau says human chain activity “worrying” because it invites clashes and injuries)
Stand News, September 9, 2019

Related:Man detained after teacher injured in knife attack outside Hong Kong school as human-chain protests and class boycotts enter second week
South China Morning Post, September 9, 2019

香港示威冲突前沿的一名黑衣人:我们的理想和代价 (From frontlines of Hong Kong’s protests: The price of our aspirations)
BBC, September 9, 2019

2019年09月09日

Yuen Long attack victims sue policeThe Standard, September 9, 2019

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民主黨聯7.21傷者提民事索償 追究警隊疏忽職守 (Victims of July 21 Yuen Long attacks raise lawsuit against police for negligence)
Inmediahk.net, September 8, 2019

【逃犯條例】各區中學聯校築人鏈 重申五大訴求 (Students from over 130 schools in all districts form human chains in support of protests, reiterate five demands)
Ming Pao, September 9, 2019

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High school students form “human chain” in support of Hong Kong protest movement
Hong Kong Free Press, September 9, 2019

Hong Kong protesters march to US consulate calling for support
Al Jazeera, September 8, 2019

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9.8美領館請願:集會提早結束,示威者破壞多個港鐵站,4站關閉,多區警民對峙延至午夜 (Protests on Sept 8: March to US embassy, MTR stations vandalized and closed, clashes with police)
The Initium, September 8, 2019

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong confirms arrest for “bail breach” after trip to Taiwan
Agence France-Presse, September 8, 2019

Hong Kong restricts airport access, thwarting planned disruptionAl Jazeera, September 8, 2019

“Protect the Children”: Hong Kong’s grandpa protesters speak softly but carry a stickAgence France-Presse, September 8, 2019

太子數百市民續促公開錄影 防暴以胡椒噴霧直射記者 (Hundreds gather outside Prince Edward station demanding disclosure of CCTV footage of August 31 amidst rumors of injured protesters gone missing)
Inmediahk.net, September 7, 2019

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Hong Kong lawmaker and protesters demand CCTV footage of police storming MTR station
Hong Kong Free Press, September 6, 2019

Hong Kong government urged by Court of Final Appeal to backdate benefits to 2017 after gay civil servant Angus Leung wins landmark LGBT case
South China Morning Post, September 6, 2019

2019年09月06日

【逃犯條例】8.31太子站真相未明 兩少女站內下跪求公開CCTV (Two young women kneel in Prince Edward MTR station requesting disclosure of surveillance footage from Aug. 31 MTR attacks)Ming Pao, September 6, 2019

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MTR decides to keep station footage for 3 years
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 6, 2019

中国为何愤怒指责美国是香港抗议“幕后黑手”
In Hong Kong protests, China angrily connects dots back to U.S.
The New York Times, September 6, 2019

Why this bookseller is still afraid to return home to Hong Kong
Vice News, September 6, 2019

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Here’s why people in Hong Kong are terrified of being extradited to China
Vice News, September 6, 2019

粉嶺嘉盛苑女子墮樓亡 逾百市民獻花悼念 (Hundreds bring flowers to estate in Fanling after 9th suicide in anti-extradition movement)
Inmediahk.net, September 5, 2019

何君堯指罷課等如違法 派惠州社團成員監察學校 (Legislator Junius Ho says class boycott “equal to violating the law,” sends group to monitor schools and students)
Inmediahk.net, September 5, 2019

As Hong Kong protesters push on, no sign of more concessions by government
The New York Times, September 5, 2019

Home of Hong Kong pro-democracy publisher firebombed
Financial Times, September 5, 2019

Joshua Wong calls for renewed campaign for fully democratic elections in Hong Kong
Radio Free Asia, September 5, 2019

Made in America: For $9.50 an hour, they brew tear gas for Hong Kong
BuzzFeed News, September 5, 2019

2019年09月04日
2019年09月03日

眾志稱副主席鄭家朗遭3男揮拳打眼 (Demosisto member ambushed by attackers outside his home)
Ming Pao, September 3, 2019

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Hong Kong lawmakers Jeremy Tam and Au Nok-hin arrested, as police continue round-up of democrats
Hong Kong Free Press, August 30, 2019

Hong Kong: Immediately release four pro-democracy activists
FIDH, August 30, 2019

【睇片】大埔何郭佩珍中學學生罷課 警員到場撲倒學生 學生受傷送院 (Students assaulted by police outside school as class boycott enters second day)
Stand News, September 3, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: defiant university students, school pupils and residents go on strike, piling pressure on government to meet demands
South China Morning Post, September 3, 2019

Hong Kong leader says she would “quit” if she could, fears her ability to resolve crisis now “very limited”
Reuters, September 2, 2019

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Amid crisis, China rejected Hong Kong plan to appease protesters - sources
Reuters, August 30, 2019

Hong Kong court overturns gov’t decision to ban activist Agnes Chow from election
Hong Kong Free Press, September 2, 2019

Head of local prosecutors’ group urges Hong Kong justice minister Teresa Cheng to advise police about “reliability and honesty,” leaked email shows
South China Morning Post, September 2, 2019

香港反送中运动以来警方共拘捕1117人 (Police say total of 1,117 arrested over anti-extradition protests since June)
Radio France Internationale, September 2, 2019

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“A catastrophe”: Hong Kong police say 159 arrested during weekend chaos, 16 charged with rioting
Hong Kong Free Press, September 2, 2019

社總理事執行社工職務時被控暴動罪 保釋後呼籲各界關注被捕者權利 (Social worker mediating between police and protesters at front line arrested and charged with rioting)
Inmediahk.net, September, 2019

9.1機場示威:機場交通受阻;示威者破壞東涌港鐵站;警方圍捕,數百人徒步數小時離開東涌,有車主徹夜義載 (Timeline of September 1 protests at airport: Traffic disrupted, MTR station vandalized, island closed off)
Initium, September 1, 2019

一群在港國際人道主義組織工作者聯合聲明:香港有機會陷入前所未見的人道危機 (Joint statement: Hong Kong is in an unprecedented humanitarian crisis)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

Hong Kong protests: riot police storm metro station with batons
The Guardian, September 1, 2019

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【831】醫管局:41 人受傷送院 5 男傷者情況嚴重 (41 hospitalized on August 31, five in severe condition)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

【8.31太子站棍毆乘客】警:拘 63人 最年輕 13 歲 搜出兩支汽油彈 (63 arrested in Prince Edward station operation, says police among criticisms of abuse)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

On the frontlines: the Hong Kong public hospital doctors making a stand against police violence
Hong Kong Free Press, August 28, 2019

2019年08月29日

民陣岑子杰與友人遇襲 遭兩蒙面漢持壘球棍鐵通攻擊 友人受傷送院 (Civil Human Rights Front convenor attacked by masked men carrying iron rods, accompanying friend hospitalized)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Hong Kong police ban of anti-government protests proposed by Civil Human Rights Front shows Carrie Lam is “pushing city to the abyss”
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

With Hong Kong in turmoil, questions grow over leader’s refusal to offer concessions to protesters
Washington Post, August 28, 2019

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消息:林鄭探望警署時 保證不設獨立調查委員會 「係我唯一可以為警隊做的事」(“This is the only thing I can do for the police force”: Sources say Carrie Lam promised not to set up independent commission of inquiry during visit to police station)
Stand News, August 28, 2019

九二九三全民罷工救港 不排除繼續果斷升級 (Hong Kong protesters announce city-wide strike on September 2 and 3)
Inmediahk.net, August 28, 2019

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中學生發動 9 月 3 日罷課 政府如不回應行動或升級 堵校門阻交通 (Secondary school students alliance to start class boycott on September 3, sets 10 days deadline, will block school entrances if no response from government)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Chinese University welcoming event for new starters turns into anti-government rally
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

國泰更新員工守則 鼓勵舉報同事違規 (Cathay Pacific encourages employees to “whistleblow” colleagues participating illegal activities, updates code of conduct and social media policy)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Cathay denounced for firing Hong Kong staff after pressure from China
The Guardian, August 28, 2019

【MeToo集會】三萬人逼爆中環 斥警方圖以性暴力噤聲 (30,000 citizens join #MeToo to condemn police sexual violence against female protesters)
Stand News, August 28, 2019

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#ProtestToo: Hongkongers adopt anti-sexual harassment rallying cry in response to police assault allegations
Hong Kong Free Press, August 29, 2019

Half of Hong Kong youngsters who sought help for emotional problems related to anti-government protests suffer from depression, study finds
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

A shadowy website is offering big money for Hong Kong protesters to snitch on each other
Vice News, August 28, 2019

”A nuclear option”: Hong Kong and the threat of the emergency law
The Guardian, August 28, 2019

City on edge: Photographs from Hong Kong’s summer of protest
The New York Times, August 28, 2019

2019年08月28日

On the frontlines: the Hong Kong public hospital doctors making a stand against police violence
Hong Kong Free Press, August 28, 2019

職工盟稱至少20名航空業界人員涉反修例事件被解僱 (Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions says at least 20 aviation industry staff fired over involvement in protests)
Radio Television Hong Kong, August 28, 2019

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Cathay Pacific crisis ushers in nervous new era for Hong Kong Inc
Financial Times, August 28, 2019

Hong Kong police ban rally at Cathay Pacific HQ, as airline issues fourth statement in support of authorities
Hong Kong Free Press, August 27, 2019

Police in southern China told to crack down on “violent and terrorist activities”
South China Morning Post, August 28, 2019

Hong Kong democrat says emergency legislation would be akin to martial law, as trade minister offers reassurances
Hong Kong Free Press, August 28, 2019

Three men arrested for storming Legislative Council as Hong Kong police deny female protester’s accusations of strip-search
South China Morning Post, August 28, 2019

Hong Kong police defend force’s detention protocol after arrest of 12-year-old anti-government protester in Tsuen Wan
South China Morning Post, August 28, 2019

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被捕者受虐實錄:被捕扭手至骨折、頭部撞擊硬物、強光照眼、飲鹹水 (Protesters reveal accounts of torture by police during detention)
Citizen News, August 27, 2019

Hong Kong police get new anti-riot gear from mainland Chinese supplier
South China Morning Post, August 27, 2019

2019年08月27日
2019年08月27日
2019年08月26日

Hong Kong police families call for independent inquiry into protest clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, August 26, 2019

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警員家屬集會 勸警勿與民為敵 警嫂:藍絲不代表我 (400 police family members rally to urge police department not to treat citizens as their enemies)
Inmediahk.net, August 26, 2019

Hong Kong police pull their guns, reportedly shoot warning shot after being attacked by protesters with sticks and rods.
Associated Press, August 25, 2019

Related:荃灣開槍兼腳踢跪地街坊 警稱因電光火石、別無選擇下最好做法 (“Split second” and “no other choice”: Police defends kicking down passer-by who knelt down to stop police from shooting protesters with revolver)
Inmediahk.net, August 26, 2019

Hong Kong police officer 'fires warning shot' amid fresh clashes with protesters
The Telegraph, August 25, 2019

Hong Kong riot police beat protesters at anti-surveillance rally
The Guardian, August 24, 2019

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香港再发警民冲突 又有示威者眼睛被打伤 (Second protester shot in the eye by rubber bullet during march on Saturday)
Radio France Internationale, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong MTR shuts 4 stations around legal protest in Kwun Tong following China pressure
Hong Kong Free Press, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong protests: residents angry at access changes during demonstration besiege property management firm for second day
South China Morning Post, August 25, 2019

Chief Executive Carrie Lam pressed by range of Hong Kong leaders to meet top demands of anti-government protesters, sources say
South China Morning Post, August 25, 2019

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香港特首的难题:如何与“无大台”示威者对话 (Challenge for the Hong Kong chief executive: How to talk with leaderless protesters)
BBC, August 23, 2019

UK consulate worker detained in China is freed in Hong Kong, says family
The Guardian, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong protesters join hands in 30-mile human chain
The Guardian, August 23, 2019

2019年08月23日

Hong Kong braces for fresh protests as activists target airport
Al Jazeera, August 23, 2019

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Hong Kong court extends restrictions on airport protesters: state TV
Reuters, August 23, 2019

Hong Kong families form peaceful human chains ahead of airport protest
Reuters, August 22, 2019

Hong Kong court extends interim injunction at airport amid continuing threat of disturbances
The Guardian, August 22, 2019

MTR Corporation wins injunction to keep Hong Kong protesters off railway property after protests at stations this week
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

10 universities to boycott classes for two weeks
The Standard, August 23, 2019

Woman arrested at anti-government protest accuses Hong Kong police of humiliating and unnecessary strip search
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Identification of Hong Kong riot officers using undisclosed codes on helmets is “unsatisfactory”, police watchdog says, calling for clarity and accountability
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

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Police watchdog member walks back support for officers not wearing ID numbers amid Hong Kong anti-government protests
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Hong Kong protests: young, educated mainland Chinese are questioning their place in the city
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Protest fears stalk Hong Kong businesses as China threat looms
Reuters, August 23, 2019

A Cathay Pacific labor leader was fired for her Facebook posts on Hong Kong’s protests
Quartz, August 23, 2019

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一群國泰港龍員工:嚴厲譴責國泰及香港機場地勤公司違反《基本法》及《香港人權法案》 (Cathay Dragon staff issue joint letter condemning Cathay Pacific and Airport Services for violating Basic Law and Bill of Rights)
Stand News, August 23, 2019

【國泰受壓】國泰發新指引 對員工參與非法活動零容忍 員工社交媒體表態亦受管 (Cathay Pacific issues new internal guidelines, stating “zero tolerance” for participation in illegal activities, social media will be monitored)
Stand News, August 23, 2019

Cathay Pacific staff warned over social media use as airline deals with fallout from Chinese aviation authority move
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Hong Kong unions urge Cathay Pacific to end “white terror”
Reuters, August 23, 2019

A Hong Kong “troublemaker” with a clean conscience
The New York Times, August 23, 2019

Hong Kong protests: gentler approach to resolving stand-offs “worth considering”, says police officer whose efforts to persuade youths to go home went viral online
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Woman who suffered severe eye injury during Hong Kong protest has not gone blind, hospital source says
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

Thousands of Hong Kong accountants join protest march – despite pleas from employers and promise of free lunches
South China Morning Post, August 23, 2019

As Hong Kong firms fall in line over protests, some workers push back
The New York Times, August 23, 2019

香港抗议持续 盘点中国采取的五大应对办法 (Roundup of the 5 measures China has taken against Hong Kong’s protests)
BBC, August 23, 2019

「和理同行」指獨立調查是港人最大公因數 張達明批對話平台作用成疑 (Scholar doubts use of “communication platform” suggested by Carrie Lam, reiterates independent investigation is “highest common factor” among Hong Kong people)
Inmediahk.net, August 23, 2019

港鐵站務主任實名聯署 促管理層譴責警方車站內不負責任行動 (MTR’s station managers urge corporation to condemn irresponsible actions by police in rail stations, conduct thorough cleaning of stations to clear toxic tear gas residues)
Inmediahk.net, August 23, 2019

Chinese students in Australia 'wedged' by politics back home
Channel News Asia, August 23, 2019

Hong Kong: Protesters demand justice for masked mob who attacked them with metal rods and clubs
Vice News, August 23, 2019

Pro-Beijing lawmaker Alice Mak sues two Hong Kong democrats for defamation, accusing them of linking her to Yuen Long attack
South China Morning Post, August 22, 2019

Hong Kong's political crisis reverberates through its big-name brands
Radio Free Asia, August 22, 2019

Banks in Hong Kong condemn violence, urge restoration of 'harmony'
Reuters, August 21, 2019

Hong Kong businesses fear protests will push economy into recession
The Guardian, August 22, 2019

警方朗讀網上言論批市民散播仇恨 否認針對示威者 (Police use press conference to highlight hate speech by protesters against police, journalists criticize omission of threats by police supporters)
Inmediahk.net, August 22, 2019

China's state media accuses worker at UK consulate “of visiting prostitutes”
The Guardian, August 22, 2019

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Family of UK Hong Kong consulate worker reject “made-up” report about arrest over prostitution
The Telegraph, August 23, 2019

Britain presses for information on HK consulate worker detained in China
Reuters, August 22, 2019

英国驻港领事馆职员深圳被拘 香港集会声援 吁英国救人 (“Free Simon Cheng”: Hong Kong citizens rally outside British Consulate urging steps to rescue staff detained by mainland authorities)
Radio France Internationale, August 21, 2019

加拿大據報暫停駐港總領事館香港僱員往中國內地公幹 (Canada suspends work trips into mainland by consulate staff in Hong Kong)
Radio Television Hong Kong, August 23, 2019

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Canadian consulate suspends travel to China for Hong Kong staff
Reuters, August 22, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Youth try to define city’s future
Al Jazeera, August 22, 2019

“We must defend our city”: A day in the life of a Hong Kong protester
The Guardian, August 22, 2019

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