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Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - 00:56

【禁蒙面法】的士深水埗撞傷人 警拘一青年涉暴動 的士司機未被捕 (Taxi driver who rammed into crowd of protesters is hospitalized but not charged; teenager in crowd arrested for rioting)
Ming Pao, October 8, 2019

Hong Kong: Clashes as first charges brought under face mask ban law
The Guardian, October 7, 2019

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香港“禁蒙面法”抗议进入第二天,警方做出实施后首宗拘捕 (Police make first arrests under anti-mask law during weekend's protests)
BBC News, October 6, 2019

【睇片】要求記者脫防毒面罩 警:法例有無畀特權你戴?你係咪警員呀? ("Who gave you privilege to wear a mask?": Riot police remove journalist's face mask during tear gas episode, despite reassurance of professional exemption by authorities)
Stand News, October 7, 2019

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記協:極度關注禁蒙面法加劇衝突 損害採訪及新聞自由 (Hong Kong Journalists Association concerned that police abuse of anti-mask law is further encroachment on press freedom)
Inmediahk.net, October 5, 2019

【禁蒙面法】中學校長會主席:教育局要求上報明天戴口罩學生數目 (Education Bureau demands schools to report number of students who wear masks to school)
HK01, October 7, 2019

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新華社批何傳耀紀念中學為暴徒撐腰讓法治難回學生內心 (Principal refuses to expel student shot in chest during Oct. 1 protest; Xinhua condemns school for speaking out on police violence)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 7, 2019

腿受枪伤示威男童院中被控参与暴动 反修例风波第二宗 (Student shot in the thigh by off-duty officer on Oct. 5 charged with rioting)
Radio France Internationale, October 6, 2019

A battle for the soul of the city: why violence has spiraled in the Hong Kong protests
The Guardian, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong's Face Mask Ban Made the Protests a Whole Lot Worse
Vice News, October 7, 2019

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Hong Kong: Repeal Face Mask Ban & Protect Right to Peaceful Assembly
Chinese Human Rights Defenders, October 5, 2019

Hong Kong Face Mask Ban Violates Assembly Rights: Disproportionate Response Seems Aimed to Deter Protests
Human Rights Watch, October 4, 2019

Hong Kong: Emergency powers are an extreme attempt to quash protests
Amnesty International, October 4, 2019

Monday, October 7, 2019 - 20:54

China’s military warns protesters they may be arrested for targeting Hong Kong barracks with laser light
Reuters, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong journalist hit by petrol bomb recovering in hospital
Reuters, October 7, 2019

First Hong Kongers appear in court for defying mask ban
Al Jazeera, October 7, 2019

Hong Kong Rallies Turn Violent After Thousands Defy Face Mask Ban
The New York Times, October 6, 2019

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Hong Kong protesters defy the mask ban - in pictures
The Guardian, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong’s MTR, banks and malls close down after mask ban sparks city-wide unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, October 5, 2019

Video: Taxi rams into pro-democracy protesters outside local Hong Kong gov’t officers, driver beaten
Hong Kong Free Press, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong court rejects second attempt to get mask ban overturned, but calls for urgent hearing into opposition lawmakers judicial challenge
South China Morning Post, October 6, 2019

U.N. calls for probe into violence related to Hong Kong protests
Reuters, October 5, 2019

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UN rights chief ‘troubled and alarmed’ by Hong Kong violence
Hong Kong Free Press, October 6, 2019

A Provocateur of the Hong Kong Protests Gains Growing Stature
The New York Times, October 5, 2019

14-year-old shot by plainclothes Hong Kong police officer as protesters attack vehicle
Hong Kong Free Press, October 4, 2019

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‘Hong Kongers, resist!’: a new cry as 14-year-old is shot by a cop and masks are banned at protests
Los Angeles Times, October 4, 2019

Hong Kong court grants bail to 18-year-old student protester still in hospital recovering from gunshot wound inflicted by police officer
South China Morning Post, October 4, 2019

One Tweet From the Rockets’ GM Proved Just How Desperate the NBA Is for China’s Money
Vice News, October 7, 2019

Friday, October 4, 2019 - 00:24
Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 02:10

昨離深切治療部今午即提堂 荃灣中槍中五生被控暴動、襲警 (Student protester shot in Tsuen Wan discharged from intensive care on Oct. 2, charged with rioting and to appear in court on Oct. 3)
Stand News, October 3, 2019

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18-year-old shot by Hong Kong police in stable condition as students stage protest
Hong Kong Free Press, October 2, 2019

早報:香港昨晚多區出現集會和暴力破壞,抗議警察實彈射擊示威者 (Protests and vandalization in multiple districts after police shoot protester in with live ammunition on October 1)
The Initium, October 3, 2019

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Hong Kong office workers, schoolmates denounce police shooting of teen
Reuters, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong police relaxed guidelines for using lethal force a day before officer shot student—reports
Hong Kong Free Press, October 3, 2019

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【中五生中槍】消息指警方 9.30 改容許開實彈定義 「相當可能」死亡或嚴重受傷可開槍 (Police relaxed guidelines on use of lethal force, rubber bullets and tear gas the night before protester was shot)
Stand News, October 3, 2019

China Thinks It's ‘Totally Appropriate’ for Police to Shoot an 18-Year-Old Schoolboy in the Chest
Vice, October 2, 2019

【槍轟學生】警涉插贓嫁禍中槍男生畫面曝光! 搜證警換4呎長削尖鐵枝作「武器」(Livestream video shows police framed protester who was shot by switching PVC tube he was carrying earlier with sharpened iron rod)
Apple Daily, October 3, 2019

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民主黨許智峯:將向開槍警員提出私人檢控 (Legislator Ted Hui considers private prosecution of police officer who shot protester)
Inmediahk.net, October 3, 2019

Hong Kong protests: journalist blinded in one eye as attacks on media escalate
The Guardian, October 3, 2019

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為中槍印尼記者急救員:領事館已聯絡 或將香港警察告上國際法庭 (First-aider who assisted Indonesian reporter says Indonesian consulate considers lodging case against Hong Kong Police Force in International Court of Justice)
Inmediahk.net, October 3, 2019

辯方大狀庭上問「誰要求見被告遭警拖延?」 幾乎全部律師舉手 (Protesters charged with rioting in Sunday’s anti-totalitarian march appear in court, defense lawyers allege deliberate delay in access to arrested persons)
Inmediahk.net, October 2, 2019

Defiant Occupy leaders released from Hong Kong prison and immediately vow to join new anti-government protest movement
South China Morning Post, October 3, 2019

Hong Kong police set new single day record with no. of arrests, projectile rounds and tear gas fired on Tue
Hong Kong Free Press, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong pro-Beijing lawmakers urge gov’t to enact emergency law and set up special courts to handle protests
Hong Kong Free Press, October 2, 2019

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Hong Kong government faces calls to enact emergency law; Pro-Beijing politicians and police urge harder line as US lawmakers condemn violence
Financial Times, October 2, 2019

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 - 01:51

香港冲突升级,给中国国庆庆典蒙上阴影
Protests Erupt in Hong Kong, Overshadowing China’s National Day Parade
The New York Times, October 2, 2019

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【黑色十一】74 人受傷送院 最年輕 11 歲 政府發稿:中槍男生情況轉穩定 (74 hospitalized in October 1 protests, youngest aged 11)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

HKFP Lens: Day of havoc across protest-hit Hong Kong overshadows China’s National Day party
Hong Kong Free Press, October 2, 2019

【十一.油尖旺.短片】警催淚彈射入民居 尖沙嘴戶主帶3月大女嬰避難 (Tear gas shot into residential flat in Tsim Sha Tsui, family flees with infant)
Ming Pao, October 1, 2019

【黑色10.1●黃大仙】黃大仙瘋狂綠van直撞人群 逃去6小時後被焚毀 (Mini-van drives into protester crowd in Wong Tai Sin, van found burning 6 hours later)
Apple Daily, October 1, 2019

‘Police think they are above the law’: Outrage after Hong Kong protester shot in the torso as tens of thousands take to streets
Independent, October 2, 2019

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Asked about Hong Kong, U.N. calls for peaceful protests, restraint by security
Reuters, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong police say shooting of 18-year-old at close range was in self-defence
Hong Kong Free Press, October 1, 2019

【十一.示威】斥盧偉聰未調查便定調開槍「合理合法」 張達明:很離譜 (“This is outrageous”: Legal scholar criticizes commissioner of police for declaring shooting was reasonable and legal without any investigation)
Ming Pao, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong: Shooting of protester must be investigated amid alarming escalation of police use of force
Amnesty International, October 1, 2019

Naked Police Violence in Hong Kong as Beijing Celebrates National Day
Human Rights in China, October 1, 2019

5紀律部隊發聯合聲明堅定支持特區政府及警隊止暴制亂 (After protester shot in chest, five government disciplinary services issue statement in support of Hong Kong authorities and police force’s efforts in stopping violence)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong: sit-in staged at school of teenager shot by 'trigger-happy' police
The Guardian, October 2, 2019

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何傳耀校方拒評警察開槍對錯 校長稱未及看新聞片 校友:而家講緊人道問題呀 (Headmaster of school attended by protester shot by police refuses to condemn shooting, alumni protest silence on humanitarian crisis)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

多個港鐵車站設施遭蓄意破壞 港鐵強烈譴責示威者 (MTR Corporation condemns damage of facilities at multiple stations)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 2, 2019

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Hong Kong’s MTR closes half of its stations to prevent damage to facilities and reduce risks to human lives
South China Morning Post, October 1, 2019

【929 衝突】96 人被控暴動今提堂 社工許麗明被控襲警 西九法院近千人聲援 (146 arrested during anti-totalitarian march, 96 charged with rioting; a thousand supporters gather outside court in solidarity)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

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Hong Kong doctor among those arrested amid anti-government protests in Admiralty, source says
South China Morning Post, October 1, 2019

In now-or-never mindset, Hong Kong protests keep up pressure
Christian Science Monitor, October 1, 2019

Hong Kong police arrest 51, seize 'large number' of weapons in 2-day raid
Channel News Asia, October 1, 2019

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 - 01:51

Uighur in Belgium fears for family after asylum snag
Agence France-Presse, October 2, 2019

The Capital of Xinjiang Is Now in Turkey
Foreign Policy, September 30, 2019

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 14:42

EU and Britain urge restraint and de-escalation after Hong Kong police officer shoots protester during National Day clashes
South China Morning Post, October 2, 2019

Taiwan stands firm against ‘one country, two systems’ as Xi Jinping renews calls for unification
South China Morning Post, October 1, 2019

Parades and protests on China’s 70th anniversary
The New York Times, October 1, 2019

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Hong Kong police shoot a protester, 18, with a live bullet for the first time
The New York Times, October 1, 2019

【睇片】警荃灣半呎距離開實彈槍 中五生危殆 左邊胸口中彈 (High school student in critical condition after being shot in left chest by police)
Standnews, October 1, 2019

National Day key takeaways: President Xi’s pledge on Hong Kong stability, early protests in the city quelled and MTR stations and malls close
South China Morning Post,October 1, 2019 2019

Hong Kong protesters and police exchange blows in China National Day clashes – video
The Guardian, October 1, 2019

Why are Hong Kong protesters urging one another to tuck in their shirts, roll up their trousers and schedule messages ahead of National Day
South China Morning Post, September 30, 2019

More arrests over July 1 storming of Hong Kong legislature ahead of China National Day
Hong Kong Free Press, October 1, 2019

Sacked Hong Kong Cathay staff decry ‘Cultural Revolution’ purge
Hong Kong Free Press, October 1, 2019

Hong Kong police officers get red-carpet treatment on National Day visit to Beijing
South China Morning Post, September 30, 2019

Indonesian journalist shot in the face will request Hong Kong Police to launch criminal probe into incident
South China Morning Post, September 30, 2019

Property tycoons Li Ka-shing and Peter Woo decline invitations to attend National Day celebrations in Beijing
South China Morning Post, September 30, 2019

Hong Kong police fire water cannon, tear gas as protests spread
Reuters, September 30, 2019

Monday, September 30, 2019 - 02:18

Labour Party member Stanley Ho’s hands broken in attack
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 29, 2019

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‘My guard was down’: Hong Kong pro-independence leader Andy Chan attacked in street by masked men
Hong Kong Free Press, September 27, 2019

【睇片】5 口罩男毁炮台山連儂牆 水喉通追打市民 警指一人傷暫未拘人 (Masked men tear down Lennon Wall at Fortress Hill, beat residents with PVC pipes; no arrests made)
Stand News, September 29, 2019

【逃犯條例】瑪麗醫院一醫生金鐘被捕 醫管局:未掌握資料不評論 (Public hospital doctor arrested while giving medical attention at protest frontline, Hospital Authority declines to comment)
Ming Pao, September 29, 2019

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Indonesian journalist demands answers after she was shot in the face with non-lethal round by Hong Kong police officer
South China Morning Post, September 30, 2019

【逃犯條例】社總會長:許麗明被捕6小時才能見律師 未知會否被起訴 (Social worker arrested at frontline, not allowed legal access for 6 hours)
Ming Pao, September 30, 2019

【逆權運動】疑似唐氏患者遭速龍警制服 嚇至跪地求饒 社工欲協助被阻 (Passer-by with downs syndrome subdued by riot police, denied help from social worker)
Apple Daily, September 30, 2019

Hong Kong protesters march against 'totalitarianism'
Deutsche Welle, September 29, 2019

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In pictures: Water cannon, tear gas and Molotovs as police and protesters clash in high-speed Hong Kong Island chase
Hong Kong Free Press, September 29, 2019

【929 衝突】醫管局:48 受傷 1 人嚴重 印尼女記者東區醫院眼科病房留醫 (48 injured, 1 in severe condition after protests on Sept. 29)
Stand News, September 30, 2019

‘We are back’: Hong Kong protesters recreate pro-democracy ‘Lennon Wall’ on 5th anniversary of Umbrella Movement
Hong Kong Free Press, September 28, 2019

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'Hong Kong can't go back to normal': protesters keep Umbrella spirit alive
The Guardian, September 28, 2019

Police round up protesters on Hong Kong Island after rally, as fight breaks out at pro-democracy message board
Hong Kong Free Press, September 29, 2019

‘If we lose, Hong Kong will become Xinjiang’: The Umbrella Movement generation, five years on
Agence France-Presse, September 27, 2019

Thousands rally to support Hong Kong protesters who allege police torture at controversial detention near China border,br>Hong Kong Free Press, September 28, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam sought Xi Jinping’s approval to formally withdraw extradition bill that triggered anti-government protests
South China Morning Post, September 28, 2019

Hong Kong protests: plan mulled to partially cancel district council elections if polling stations targeted, as Joshua Wong announces candidacy
South China Morning Post, September 28, 2019

Academic Dan Garrett banned from Hong Kong after testifying on city’s rights situation in US
Hong Kong Free Press, September 28, 2019

Monday, September 30, 2019 - 02:18
Friday, September 27, 2019 - 00:31

社福界由築一公里人鏈 傳「良心」到警總 促警正視尊重社工人道工作 (Social welfare workers form human chain to police headquarters urging respect for humanitarian work)
Stand News, September 27, 2019

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab calls on China to live up to Hong Kong obligations, but stops short of granting right of abode to BN(O) passport holders
South China Morning Post, September 27, 2019

林鄭首次落區 市民伊館「贈慶」促回應五大訴求 (“Five demands, not one less”: Protests last until midnight outside community dialogue venue),br>Inmediahk.net, September 26, 2019

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Hong Kong leader’s ‘listening mode’ isn’t enough: Carrie Lam’s community dialogue session no substitute for accountability, change
Human Rights Watch, September 26, 2019

Carrie Lam comes face to face with angry Hong Kong residents at town hall
The New York Times, September 26, 2019

Hong Kong police give go-ahead for rally marking fifth anniversary of start of Occupy movement
South China Morning Post, September 26, 2019

US bill to punish Hong Kong officials strengthened as it passes in congressional committees, says student lobbying leader
Hong Kong Free Press, September 26, 2019

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Beijing vows to retaliate after US’ Hong Kong human rights bill is approved by congressional committees
South China Morning Post, September 26, 2019

Hong Kong police make arrests at Sha Tin MTR station after brief skirmish
Hong Kong Free Press, September 26, 2019

Video shows Hong Kong democrat Roy Kwong being repeatedly punched and kicked by assailants in Tin Shui Wai
Hong Kong Free Press, September 26, 2019

BNP Paribas lawyer leaves bank after supporting HK protests; Jason Ng’s comments on social media provoked furious response from China
Financial Times, September 26, 2019

How Hong Kong protesters are defending their use of Nazi imagery
Quartz, September 26, 2019

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 02:18

Protesters make plans to ‘mourn’ National Day with marches, legally approved or not
South China Morning Post, September 26, 2019

Hong Kong Court of Appeals calls for immediate review of laws and policies that discriminate against same-sex relationships
South China Morning Post, September 26, 2019

Controversial Hong Kong website Dim Sum Daily linked to company owned by man wanted in Malaysia over 1MDB scandal
South China Morning Post, September 26, 2019

China envoy rules out more concessions to Hong Kong protesters ahead of Carrie Lam’s public ‘dialogue’
Agence France-Presse, September 26, 2019

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Carrie Lam holds her first community dialogue and participants are banned from carrying umbrellas, gas masks and helmets as police keep a low profile
South China Morning Post, September 25, 2019

3封流亡台灣港人家書:「連儂牆前,我淚流滿面,但無法放聲大哭」 (Letters home from three protesters who fled to Taiwan)
The News Lens, September 25, 2019

【逆權運動】教師出題考「警黑勾結」成語 教局轟散播仇恨或釘牌 (Education Bureau addresses using of idiom “police-triad collusion” on language quiz, warns against teachers propagating “hate speech”)
Apple Daily, September 25, 2019

Private line linking to a Shenzhen court installed by a Hong Kong police intelligence division
Factwire, September 25, 2019

‘Grandpa Chan’ protest mediator says Hong Kong police pepper-sprayed him without warning
Hong Kong Free Press, September 25, 2019

13-year-old among several arrested at Mong Kok protest
Hong Kong Free Press, September 25, 2019

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【睇片】防暴警凌晨太子拘捕多人 一青年被制服後仍遭警棍毆打 (Police beat protesters during arrest outside police station)
Stand News, September 25, 2019

Hong Kong protesters on meeting their housing dreams: yes, thank you, but we want genuine universal suffrage too
South China Morning Post, September 25, 2019

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - 23:59

Disband Hong Kong’s police force? Online poll shows most in favour of move
South China Morning Post, September 25, 2019

‘Freedom is in our mind’: Why Hong Kong protests are still escalating
Christian Science Monitor, September 24, 2019

香港示威“私了”风起:以武制暴或以暴易暴?(Emerging trend of protesters taking matters in their own hands: Defense or retribution?)
Deutsche Welle, September 24, 2019

蘋果日報女記者遭四人伏擊 拳打腳踢 多處受傷 (Apple Daily reporter attacked after doxxing site revealed her identity)
Stand News, September 24, 2019

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Reporter at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Apple Daily paper attacked by four men
Hong Kong Free Press, September 24, 2019

Trump at UN offers his most forceful support for Hong Kong yet
Vox, September 24, 2019

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Video: Beijing must protect Hong Kong’s way of life and honour Handover deal, Donald Trump tells UN
Agence France-Presse, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to lead delegation to Beijing ahead of National Day celebrations
South China Morning Post, September 24, 2019

荃灣海濱浮屍 數百人自發悼念 街坊不信任警方政府 指疑點重重 (Hundreds attend commemoration in Tsuen Wan as yet another corpse discovery spreads cynicism, distrust)
Stand News, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong man charged for ‘publicly mutilating’ Chinese national flag in Sha Tin; third protester to face flag-defiling charges
South China Morning Post, September 24, 2019

【9.22和你塞】15歲童藏兩張八達通 貿易署主任有防護工具同被捕 (15-year-old boy arrested for theft for having multiple transit cards)
HK01, September 23, 2019

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - 00:40

鄺俊宇遇襲受傷 施襲者攝錄機記錄過程 (Legislator Roy Kwong attacked in Tin Shui Wai, hospitalized for neck trauma; attackers filmed incident)
Ming Pao, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong trainee solicitor allowed to practice after clarifying ‘hate speech’ against police
Hong Kong Free Press, September 24, 2019

Police violence now primary concern of Hong Kong protesters
China Digital Times, September 23, 2019

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How Hong Kong police trained for riots, and why their response to protesters has been so violent
Hong Kong Free Press, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong: Government must investigate police violations and push back against Beijing’s “red line”
Amnesty International, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong protests: police deny beating man during rally and say video of incident only shows officers kicking ‘yellow object’
South China Morning Post, September 23, 2019

Hong Kong protests: city set to tone down Chinese National Day celebrations to avoid potential chaos and embarrassment
South China Morning Post, September 23, 2019

首場社區對話截止申請 逾2萬宗申請 (Over 20,000 people apply to attend Carrie Lam’s first community dialogue, only 150 to be selected by draw)
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 23, 2019

何君堯促特首動用《緊急法》 設辱警罪、防止記者阻礙警方執法等 蔣麗芸倡立《蒙面法》 (Junius Ho urges Carrie Lam to invoke Emergency Law to pass laws to crack down on protests)
Stand News, September 23, 2019

Chinese reporter beaten in Hong Kong gets cash reward
Inkstone, September 23, 2019

Monday, September 23, 2019 - 02:27

如火熾夏:香港反修例運動大事紀 (Interactive timeline: The chronicles of Hong Kong’s anti-extradition movement)
The Initium, September 23, 2019

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2019 Hong Kong protests against extradition bill: A brief timeline
Human Rights in China, September 23, 2019

Video: “Protect Our Kids” protest group says volunteer beaten by Hong Kong police in alley
Hong Kong Free Press, September 23, 2019

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元朗後巷被捕「守護孩子」成員 口腔流血暈眩 教會批警濫用私刑如第三世界 (“Protect Our Kids” volunteer trapped in alley, beaten by police; convenor speaks out against torture)
Stand News, September 22, 2019

‘You don’t have to face it alone.’ Hong Kong protests propelled by hidden support network
Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2019

付國豪獲《環球時報》頒10萬元人民幣「最高獎」(Global Times gives reporter who was subdued by protester in Hong Kong airport 100,000 RMB as “highest award”)
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 23, 2019

Hong Kong protests: police use court orders to obtain protesters’ digital fare payment details in another weekend of petrol bombs, tear gas and fires on the streets
South China Morning Post, September 22, 2019

沙田「罷買」變衝突 示威者焚燒雜物 警射催淚彈拘多人 (Boycott in Sha Tin turns to clashes: Protesters set debris on fire, police fire tear gas and conduct mass arrests)
Stand News, September 22, 2019

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Tear gas in Sha Tin as Hong Kong protesters vandalise MTR station, burn makeshift barricades and target ‘pro-gov’t’ firms
Hong Kong Free Press, September 22, 2019

元朗恐襲兩個月 市民形點商場內靜坐 (Citizens hold silent sit-in on two-month anniversary of Yuen Long attacks; police fire tear gas, protesters defend against pro-police attackers)
Inmediahk.net, September 21, 2019

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【9.21屯門示威】警帶走及拘捕多名義務急救員 有急救被指搶犯 (Multiple first-aiders arrested during march in Tuen Mun)
HK01, September 21, 2019

Two 13-year-olds are arrested over Hong Kong protests
The New York Times, September 22, 2019

何君堯發起「清潔日」 元朗等地連儂牆被清除 「義工」獲警護送乘警車離去 (Junius Ho calls “clean up day” to wipe Lennon Walls, police protect his supporters as citizens move to stop them)
Stand News, September 21, 2019

【逆權運動】官媒批終極訴求雙普選 「為奪取香港最高管治權鋪路」 (Demands for dual universal suffrage are “paving the way to usurp the highest authority over Hong Kong,” criticizes state media People’s Daily)
Apple Daily, September 22, 2019

社會主義行動成員因參與九三罷工被解僱 (HSBC fires outsourced employee after participation in strikes)
Inmediahk.net, September 22, 2019

國際特赦組織調查指警施酷刑 謝振中:指控匿名 絕不同意 (Police “disagree” with investigative report by Amnesty International because the complainants were anonymous, “no mention of whether they resisted arrest before”)
Inmediahk.net, September 20, 2019

Friday, September 20, 2019 - 01:27

Amnesty accuses HK police of abuses, torture of protesters
Reuters, September 20, 2019

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回應國際特赦調查 警方稱一向尊重被羈留人士權利 (Police say they “have always respected rights of persons in custody” in response to report by Amnesty International)
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 20, 2019

Hong Kong: Arbitrary arrests, brutal beatings and torture in police detention revealed
Amnesty International, September 19, 2019

公開林鄭月娥與區議員對話會全段秘密錄音(Full recording of meeting between district councillors and Carrie Lam)
Stand News, September 20, 2019

Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam to meet 150 randomly selected citizens for “community dialogue” on political crisis
Hong Kong Free Press, September 20, 2019

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Au Nok-hin files appeal against his unseating
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China Central Television urges netizens to doxx Hong Kong protesters and reporters
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Former Hong Kong leader CY Leung slams education chief over cases of teachers’ protest comments on social media
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Court orders MTR Corp. to preserve CCTV footage of police incidents at two stations
Hong Kong Free Press, September 19, 2019

Hong Kong barristers challenge police chief Stephen Lo over accusations officers are curbing access to clients arrested amid protests
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