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Murder case poses dilemma for Hong Kong on sending suspects to China
The New York Times, March 4, 2019

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【移交逃犯】台人權組織反對「送中條例」  學者:憂進了香港,回不了台灣 (Taiwan’s human rights organizations protest Hong Kong’s proposed extradition law amendments)
The Stand News, March 4, 2019

專業團體對於特區政府提議修訂移交逃犯安排的聯合聲明 (Professional certification organizations issue joint statement on proposed extradition law amendments)
Inmediahk.net, March 4, 2019

保安局正就修訂《逃犯條例》收集意見 會小心考慮 (Hong Kong Security Bureau begins 20-day consultation on amendments to extradition law)
Radio Television Hong Kong, March 3, 2019

Beijing blasts “distortion and defamation” after U.S. Consul Kurt Tong questions Hong Kong’s autonomy
South China Morning Post, March 2, 2019

Singing the national anthem in Cantonese or remaining silent will not be criminal acts, says Hong Kong gov’t
Hong Kong Free Press, March 2, 2019

Hong Kong Polytechnic University expels student for protest over campus “free speech” wall
Hong Kong Free Press, March 1, 2019

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【理大民主牆風波】19 學生組織指懲罰不合比例 斥校方製造寒蟬效應 (19 student organizations criticize disproportionate punishment, condemn crackdown on freedom of speech on campus)
The Stand News, March 3, 2019

【被勒令退學】鬧副校「舐共狗」 理大碩士生何俊謙:呢個係客觀事實 (Polytechnic University finds masters student guilty of defamation for saying vice chancellor is “worshipper of CPC”)
The Stand News, March 4, 2019

Hong Kong’s student climate change protesters receive green light from police to march in Central
Hong Kong Free Press, March 1, 2019

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