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Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 04:20

‘Wishful thinking’ to believe Hong Kong gov’t will yield to protesters’ demands, leader Carrie Lam says
Hong Kong Free Press, November 12, 2019

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林鄭月娥傍晚見記者 稱「暴徒係唔會得逞」 否認警隊失控 (Carrie Lam press conference: "Rioters will not win," denies police force is out of control)
Inmediahk.net, November 11, 2019

Hong Kong on edge as police fire tear gas at university campus
Reuters, November 12, 2019

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【11.11 三罷】警包圍多家大學 與學生對峙 向理大中大校園射催淚彈、橡膠彈 (Universities under siege as students defend campus from tear gas, rubber bullets)
Stand News, November 11, 2019

A Hong Kong Policeman Shot a Protester in the Stomach on Facebook Live
Vice, November 11, 2019

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「雙十一」示威記錄:示威延續至午夜,全日近百人送院,兩人危殆 (Full record of protests on Nov 11: 99 sent to hospital, over 100 arrested)
The Initium, November 11, 2019

Student shot and man set ablaze in one of the most violent days of Hong Kong anti-government unrest yet
South China Morning Post, November 12, 2019

【11.11三罷衝突】警鐵騎三度撞向葵芳堵路人群 被撞者:失意識15分鐘 謝振中:涉事警停前線工作 (Traffic police officer suspended from frontline work after driving motorcycle into crowd of protesters repeatedly; police spokesperson gives explanation that he was "trying to separate the crowd")
Ming Pao, November 11, 2019

Investigate shooting of protesters after ‘another low’ in police use of force
Amnesty International, November 11, 2019

中學生集會反警暴:發生呢啲事仲正常生活,良心過意唔去 (High school students rally against police violence: "I can't live with my conscience if I keep on living like normal after everything that happened")
Inmediahk.net, November 12, 2019

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稱市民「熱切想返工返學」 林鄭拒宣布停課:貿然停香港正常活動將中圈套 (Carrie Lam will not suspend city's schools: "Pausing Hong Kong's regular activities would be falling into protesters' trap")
Stand News, November 12, 2019

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

The Date Hong Kong Protesters Can’t Escape: The year 2047 is a deadline that has come to symbolize the end of the territory’s way of life
The Atlantic, November 11, 2019

港民主议员遭捕 当局被指“火上浇油”
Hong Kong police detain seven pro-democracy lawmakers
Deutsche Welle, November 9, 2019

Hong Kong protesters clash with police after student dies
Deutsche Welle, November 8, 2019

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中環人臨時堵路ㅤ口號遞變:「香港人,加油!> 反抗!> 報仇!」(From "Hong Kongers, add oil" to "Hong Kongers, revenge": White collar workers block roads in Central at lunch hour to mourn death of student)
Stand News, November 8, 2019

香港各區民眾晚上悼念離世科大學生,演變堵路及警民衝突 (Hong Kongers mourn death of student who fell from car park, hold rallies in various districts; by nightfall, police clear commemorations with tear gas, protesters set up roadblocks)
Initium, November 8, 2019

港科大生冲突期间堕楼亡 警遭指阻救援 (Police accused of blocking ambulance after university student fell to death at protest scene)
Deutsche Welle, November 8, 2019

The Hong Kong protests are the most live-streamed protests ever
Quartz, November 11, 2019

Hong Kong police watchdog unequipped to probe protest response: experts
Agence France-Presse, November 10, 2019

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被批欠獨立調查權 監警會:專家組曾允不公布文件 對發帖公開感失望 (IPCC claims international panel promised not to disclose report on police investigation powers; expert Clifford Stott disappointed with lack of media coverage during press conference)
Stand News, November 10, 2019

As Hong Kong protests rage on, barristers hit back at Beijing’s comments on the city’s judiciary and its responsibilities
South China Morning Post, November 9, 2019

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 04:20
Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 22:08

Hong Kong student who suffered severe brain injury after car park fall has died
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

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Friends describe Hong Kong university student injured in car park fall as a polite and helpful introvert
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Suspect arrested in stabbing of Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho charged with attempted murder
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

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Attack on Junius Ho reclassified as attempted murder
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 8, 2019

建制派議員探何君堯 下午靜默遊行促政府確保區選安全 (Pro-establishment legislators march to Electoral Affairs Commission urging authorities to keep elections safe after Junius Ho stabbed)
Ming Pao, November 7, 2019

16-year-old convicted for carrying laser pointer, hiking pole and modified umbrella at Hong Kong protest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 8, 2019

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University of Hong Kong student jailed for six weeks for carrying retractable baton for self-defence
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong's Minorities Face Racism From Police and Protesters
Foreign Policy, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong government prohibits all dry goods - notably politically themed products - from Lunar New Year fairs in bid for public order
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

警記者會戴頭盔港台記者 將被調查有否違反公務員守則 (RTHK reporter who wore slogan during police press conference to be investigated for violating civil service regulations)
Stand News, November 7, 2019

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Hong Kong police send complaint letters to news outlets after reporters protest at press con
Hong Kong Free Press, November 7, 2019

記協聲明:警方致函投訴記者參與靜默行動,散播白色恐怖 (Hong Kong Journalists Association: Police complaint on journalists' silent protest is spreading white terror)
Inmediahk.net, November 7, 2019

Graduation ceremonies at two Hong Kong universities disrupted by masked students, with one event halted and the other delayed
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

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畢業生蒙面舉牌唱《願榮光》 中大腰斬畢業禮 (University students bring "Glory to Hong Kong" to graduation, ceremony axed)
Inmediahk.net, November 7, 2019

More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school students highly stressed, with nearly a quarter anxious about tense social climate, poll finds
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 00:58

【周梓樂墮樓】分析近十小時 CCTV 未見催淚彈或警追捕 惟盲點極多尚未釋疑 (Security footage released by Tseung Kwan O car park owner reveals no tear gas threat or police chase, yet doubts remain on why university student fell)
Stand News, November 7, 2019

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民間記者會發言人籲車主提供片段還原科大生墮樓真相 (Citizens urge car owners to provide camera footage to investigate why student fell in Tseung Kwan O car park)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 6, 2019

HKUST president Wei Shyy vows to condemn police violence if officers are proven to have violated tear gas rules around time his student fell and suffered severe brain injury
South China Morning Post, November 6, 2019

性罪行受害人報案信心劇降 促獨立調查及改善性侵取證程序 (Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women urges independent inquiry, improvement in evidence collection procedures for sexual violence cases, as victims' confidence in reporting plummets)
Inmediahk.net, November 6, 2019

右眼中槍印尼女記者擬法律追究 要求警方交出開槍警姓名被拒 (Indonesian journalist Veby Mega Indah plans private prosecution after losing right eye to police shooting, but says police refused her request for identity of police officer who fired bean bag round)
Stand News, November 6, 2019

China backs bolder action to counter roots of Hong Kong unrest: official
Reuters, November 6, 2019

Pop star Joey Yung Cho-yee apologises for ‘supporting’ Hong Kong protests
South China Morning Post, November 6, 2019

‘Ideas are bulletproof’ – Hong Kong riot police deploy water cannon to disperse protesters in Guy Fawkes masks
Hong Kong Free Press, November 6, 2019

Hong Kong: Will violence kill the pro-democracy movement?
Deutsche Welle, November 6, 2019

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 - 02:47

Pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho attacked in Tuen Mun
Hong Kong Free Press, November 6, 2019

Millions in Hong Kong Have Been Exposed to Tear Gas Since June
Bloomberg, November 6, 2019

醫護人員:周梓樂康復機會渺茫 「要搵出真相」("Grim hope for recovery" for student who suffered brain injury, says medical professional, stresses the need for truth about what happened)
Stand News, November 6, 2019

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墮樓受傷科大生危殆 市民製留言板表達支持 (University student remains in critical condition despite repeated surgery, citizens gather to pray, leave messages in support)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 5, 2019

科大生墮樓命危 警急辦記招稱難過 (Police hold urgent press conference to "express sadness" over student in critical condition after falling from car park in Tseung Kwan O, denies involvement of officers and obstructing ambulance)
Inmediahk.net, November 5, 2019

UK lawmakers call for BN(O) residency rights
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 6, 2019

China to 'perfect' HK system as water cannon breaks up Guy Fawkes protest
Reuters, November 5, 2019

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全民V煞日尖東集會 警水炮車驅散 多人被捕 (Police disperse Vendetta mask rally with water cannon on one-month anniversary of anti-mask law)
Inmediahk.net, November 5, 2019

China signals desire to bring Hong Kong under tighter control
The Guardian, November 5, 2019

Hong Kong Shue Yan University asks police to release all materials relating to student first-aider injured at protest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 5, 2019

Hong Kong official chides civil servants joining protests
Bloomberg, November 5, 2019

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顏武周宣布成立工會 冀保護公務員自由表達意見權利 (Civil servants form workers' union to protect rights, freedom of expression)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 4, 2019

多名報稱紀律部隊出席民間記者會 稱公僕恥與警隊為伍 (Members of disciplined forces condemn police violence in citizen press conference)
Stand News, November 4, 2019

Monday, November 4, 2019 - 00:13

【11.3 衝突】警闖各區商場噴椒舉槍拉人 趙家賢被咬甩耳 立場、浸大記者被捕 (November 3: District councillor, residents hospitalized in stabbing incident; journalists arrested; riot police suppress "shopping rallies" in multiple districts)
Stand News, November 3, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: Knife attacker bites man's ear off
Deutsche Welle, November 3, 2019

【11.2 港島】和理非集會被封殺 催淚彈直射維園足球場 灣仔中環包抄 逾百人被捕 (November 2: Tear gas fired in Victoria Park as police revoke authorization for peaceful rallies, 3 election candidates and over 100 protesters arrested during clearance from Causeway Bay to Central)
Stand News, November 2, 2019

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背重創急救員為樹仁生 一度休克 (Student first aider suffers severe burns from police's hand-thrown tear gas canisters)
Ming Pao, November 4, 2019

尖沙咀「和你Sing」過百防暴柏麗大道佈防 ("Sing with you": Karaoke rally in Tsim Sha Tsui dispersed with tear gas after police clear peaceful assemblies in Central)
Inmediahk.net, November 2, 2019

First aider, firefighter caught up in Hong Kong Island clashes as demonstrators target Chinese state media HQ
Hong Kong Free Press, November 3, 2019

‘Broad and vague’: Why a court injunction obtained by the Hong Kong police is not just about ‘doxxing’
Hong Kong Free Press, November 3, 2019

‘Selling out Hong Kong people’: Global companies vandalised by protesters over links to China
Independent, November 3, 2019

Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam to discuss helping people to live and work in mainland China
Reuters, November 3, 2019

民間記者會民調:抗爭者現創傷壓力徵狀 轟元兇為政府及警暴 (Polls show government arrogance, police violence major sources of post-traumatic stress disorder among protesters)
Inmediahk.net, November 2, 2019

UK report calls for ‘proportionate’ police response to Hong Kong protests and end to violence
Hong Kong Free Press, November 1, 2019

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《香港半年报告》:英国呼吁停止示威暴力 寻求政治解决 (UK issues biannual report on Hong Kong, urges protesters to cease violence, presses for political resolution)
BBC News, November 1, 2019

China to 'perfect' Hong Kong leader appointment system, warns on national security
Reuters, November 1, 2019

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Beijing reiterates call for Hong Kong to prioritise national security, patriotic education
South China Morning Post, November 1, 2019

Monday, November 4, 2019 - 00:13
Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 23:00

中共四中全会闭幕,出台香港政策强调“国安”
China Says It Will Roll Out ‘National Security’ Steps for Hong Kong
The New York Times, November 1, 2019

US senator introduces "Be Water" act to target govt officials
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 1, 2019

6.12暴動案 法官要求聽審市民除口罩 稱法庭是莊嚴地方 (Court judge demands audience to take off facemask during hearing for riot case)
Inmediahk.net, October 31, 2019

Hong Kong court grants temporary injunction against inciting violence via messaging app Telegram and LIHKG forum
Hong Kong Free Press, October 31, 2019

Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up Halloween party protests
Reuters, October 31, 2019

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Halloween in Hong Kong brings a surreal mash-up of partygoers, protesters and riot police
Washington Post, November 1, 2019

Hong Kong police arrest over 70 in Tuen Mun protest against tear gas smell
Hong Kong Free Press, October 31, 2019

解構「福建幫」:從聯誼鄉親到政治動員的鐵軍 (Breaking down the "Fujian Gang": From village social network to militia mobilized by China)
The Initium, October 31, 2019

Ex-Hong Kong leader urges domestic workers to ‘report’ employers with protest gear
Hong Kong Free Press, October 31, 2019

Meet the Spiritual Leader of the Hong Kong Protests
The Atlantic, October 31, 2019

Traditional Chinese medicine doctors are secretly helping Hong Kong protesters
Los Angeles Times, October 30, 2019

The windows of Wong Tai Sin: In a Hong Kong neighborhood, pulling back the curtains reveals a city in crisis
Reuters, October 30, 2019

Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 03:49

Hong Kong’s mask ban is being tested in court, and so is the city’s rule of law
Quartz, October 31, 2019

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Dozens of students wear masks during graduation ceremony, defying warning by Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s management
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong protesters target party district on potentially hazardous Halloween
Reuters, October 30, 2019

Ocean Park axes Halloween Fest over protest threat
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 30, 2019

Your “V for Vendetta” protest mask was likely made in authoritarian China
Quartz, October 31, 2019

周六維園及添馬公園集會被警方反對 劉頴匡指會上訴 (Police ban Saturday rally in Victoria Park and Tamar Park, organizers to appeal)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 31, 2019

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周六維園「求援國際」集會 劉頴匡:已知全球最少 33 城市響應 促警批不反對通知書 (33 cities to join Nov. 2 global solidarity rally for Hong Kong)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

【屯門瘋狂拘捕】律師指最少拘 73 人 有全家人被捕 周保松等到場聲援 (Tuen Mun residents protest suspected tear gas leakage incident; at least 73 arrested as police barge into shops and housing estates)
Stand News, October 31, 2019

人民日報指侮辱國旗罪一案判刑輕描淡寫 律政司應上訴 (People's Daily criticizes Hong Kong court for "light treatment" of national flag defiler, urges Department of Justice to appeal for harsher sentence)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 31, 2019

‘Harmful’ to young people: Hong Kong Free Press website blacklisted on public ASUS PCs at airport
Hong Kong Free Press, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong police arrested 5 people inside public hospitals over June 12 protests, gov’t says
Hong Kong Free Press, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong Design Institute vandalised for second straight day after school chiefs fail to show up for meeting with students
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong police decline to give details of new scheme which will enable identification of frontline officers during protests
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong Journalists Ask Court to Consider 'Illegal Actions' by Police
Radio Free Asia, October 30, 2019

HK stock exchange CEO says ‘one country, two systems’ is flawed
Financial Times, October 30, 2019

【9.21屯門】15歲少年涉藏改裝傘被控藏武器案開審 被捕後沒警誡 警: 若個個拘捕都警誡會唔夠人手 (Court allows admission of arrested protester's statement made without police first giving required caution statement; police claim "not enough manpower" to give police caution to all arrested)
Stand News, October 30, 2019

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - 13:25

Hong Kong bans activist Joshua Wong from standing in district election race
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

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Democracy activist Joshua Wong slams ‘politically driven’ decision to bar him from running in Hong Kong district council election
South China Morning Post, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong slams election officer for ‘twisting and misunderstanding’ his political views with election ban
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

黃之鋒終被 DQ 禁參選區議會 政府:支持選舉主任決定 無關政治審查、言論自由 ("Not related to political censorship or freedom of speech," says government press statement defending disqualification of activist Joshua Wong)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

抗議警察粗暴對待傳媒 記者宣讀聲明 警一度叫停記者會 逐抗議記者離場 (Journalist kicked out from police press conference after reading statement condemning violence against frontline journalists says press conference turned press into speakerphone for propaganda)
The Stand News, October 29, 2019

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蘋果:不再出席警方例行記者會 (Apple Daily to join boycott on police press conference after journalist kicked out for reading statement condemning police violence)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

警記者會上照電筒抗議被逐 女記者:被 PPRB 拍攝證件後相片即於網上流傳 (Police take photo of journalist's press ID after removing her from police press conference, photo then circulates in pro-establishment groups)
Stand News, October 28, 2019

Hong Kong's reluctant police officer: 'It’s not for us to deliver punishment'
The Guardian, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong police deploy tear gas against crowd protesting over suspected tear gas test
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong police admit adopting more aggressive tactics in bid to quell rising violence as tensions grow between officers and journalists
South China Morning Post, October 28, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: how a Post journalist was hit by projectile during police operation
South China Morning Post, October 29, 2019

【民間記者會】少數族裔親述抗爭經歷 巴裔少年見證警暴棄從警 ("We connected": Protesters from ethnic minorities attend citizen press conference, speak on protest experience and racial profiling by police officers)
Stand News, October 28, 2019

法庭修訂警方反起底禁制令 收窄涵蓋範圍 (Hong Kong's High Court amends injunction order to limit scope in banning disclosure of police officers' personal information)
Ming Pao, October 29, 2019

學生何文田築人鏈 抗議學體會取消學界賽事 (Students form human chain in Ho Man Tin to protest against possible wholesale cancellation of all sports competitions for the year to prevent political expression in venues)
Ming Pao, October 28, 2019

Monday, October 28, 2019 - 13:13

Tear gas and Molotovs as Hong Kong rally descends into multi-district skirmishes
Hong Kong Free Press, October 28, 2019

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《HKFP》:自由身記者 May James 旺角被捕 為記協及 FCC 會員 有帶證件及穿反光背心 (Freelance journalist May James arrested in Mongkok after asking police officers to show warrant cards)
Stand News, October 27, 2019

Reporters get shot, sprayed, jostled by police
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 27, 2019

【10.27 九龍】警多次強扯記者防毒面具 斥「冇得豁免」 《立場》記者腿中彈受傷 (Police repeatedly rip off journalists' gas mask claiming "no exemption" from anti-mask law; officer shoots Stand News reporter in the leg with bean bag round)
Stand News, October 27, 2019

Hundreds gather at paper crane folding rally to commemorate those who died during Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong Free Press, October 28, 2019

【逃犯條例】醫護界「尊重人權克制警權」集會 憂不敢求醫個案增 ("Respect human rights, restrain police power": Thousands attend medical profession assembly, criticizing police abuse and expressing concern for injured protesters who refuse to go to hospital for fear of arrest)
HK01, October 26, 2019

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Broken bones, blisters and bruises: Hong Kong underground clinic volunteers grapple with influx of protest injuries
Hong Kong Free Press, October 27, 2019

「嚮往自由」內地人參與醫護集會 盼香港民主浪潮影響中國 ("Aspiring for freedom": Mainlanders join medical profession rally, hope Hong Kong's democratic movement will influence China)
Inmediahk.net, October 27, 2019

UK student left with brain haemorrhage in violent arrest by undercover Hong Kong officers
Telegraph, October 27, 2019

選舉主任入住安全屋 黃之鋒質疑「假都唔俾你請」(Joshua Wong criticizes delay in confirming his candidacy amid rumors that new returning officer is being kept in police safehouse; original officer goes on "indefinite vacation")
Inmediahk.net, October 27, 2019

Hong Kong’s latest injunction protects police while putting press freedom at risk
Quartz, October 26, 2019

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Hong Kong bans publication of police personal details, including photos
The Guardian, October 26, 2019

In Pictures: Hundreds tour cultural hotspot Chungking Mansions in support of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority community
Hong Kong Free Press, October 26, 2019

Greenpeace questions Hong Kong police claim that blue dye from water cannon is ‘harmless’
Hong Kong Free Press, October 25, 2019

Friday, October 25, 2019 - 02:10

‘Fight against oppression’: Hong Kong and Catalan protesters hold parallel solidarity rallies
Hong Kong Free Press, October 25, 2019

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加泰隆尼亞集會聲援香港 唱加語版《榮光》 當地華人唱國歌示威 有人搶標語擋鏡頭 (Catalonians hold solidarity assembly with Hong Kong and sing "Glory to Hong Kong" song, while Pro-China protesters harrass rally)
Stand News, October 24, 2019

【加泰人權自由集會】居港加泰人:對港人聲援感動 痛心警暴 港人:兩地抗爭相似 (Catalonians in Hong Kong join solidarity rally)
Stand News, October 24, 2019

How justice falls through the cracks of a Taiwan-Hong Kong legal loophole
South China Morning Post, October 25, 2019

律政司警務處長申禁令 禁披露警員「起底」資料 (Commissioner of Police applies for injunction order banning "doxxing" of officers and their family, includes unauthorized disclosure of names, social media accounts, license plate numbers or photos)
Stand News, October 25, 2019

記協:96% 受訪新聞從業員 反對官方「記者發牌制度」 (96% journalists oppose centralized licensing system for individual journalists, says Hong Kong Journalists Association)
Stand News, October 25, 2019

Hong Kong government slammed in ombudsman ruling on suppression of public feedback to extradition bill
South China Morning Post, October 25, 2019

Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong’s district council candidacy still in limbo as Hong Kong government vetting officer abruptly replaced
South China Morning Post, October 24, 2019

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【因病休假】DQ 參選人前先 DQ 選舉主任? 黃之鋒:搵劊子手取消我參選資格 (Disqualifying the disqualifier: Joshua Wong criticizes "hard order" from Beijing to disqualify him as eligibility to run for election remains unknown)
Stand News, October 24, 2019

【11.24 區選】政府稱已設選舉危機管理委員會 如遇騷亂暴力或押後區選 (Government says cricis group has been formed for upcoming election, might postpone election in the event of violence)
Stand News, October 24, 2019

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Hong Kong gov’t forms election crisis committee in case of last-minute delay due to disruption
Hong Kong Free Press, October 25, 2019

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 23:56

Rally ban review quashed
the Standard, October 24, 2019

Hong Kong police groups slam university head for publishing arrested students' 'unverified accusations' of mistreatment
Hong Kong Free Press, October 24, 2019

China foreign ministry says report on plans to replace Hong Kong leader Lam a political rumour
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

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Hong Kong protesters warn replacing Carrie Lam may not be enough
Financial Times, October 23, 2019

【陳同佳案】陸委會:陳同佳不可「自由行模式」赴台 設單一窗口處理 (Taiwan says murder suspect Chan Tong-kai cannot enter Taiwan as tourist, sets up specific taskforce to handle handle his "surrender" when he arrives)
Ming Pao, October 23, 2019

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Taiwan officers can accompany murder suspect Chan Tong-kai from Hong Kong to island - as long as he agrees and they don't use legal power in city, experts say
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

Why a dispute over a Hong Kong murder suspect is giving Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen an election edge
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

【陳同佳案】管浩鳴:陳同佳今明不啟程赴台 籲各方勿將他視作政治籌碼 (Reverend canon who convinced murder suspect to surrender says Chan Tong-kai will not fly to Taiwan yet, urges not to treat him as "political bargaining chip")
Ming Pao, October 23, 2019

Hong Kong's domestic workers feel caught between both sides in information war
The Washington Post, October 23, 2019

王國興、周融等組關注組 質疑放港獨分子入閘 香港等同緊急狀態 區選難言公正 (Pro-Beijing group questions authorities for allowing candidates who chanted protest slogans to run for election, says elections cannot be fair when Hong Kong is under state equivalanet to emergency)
Stand news, October 23, 2019

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