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Hong Kong lawmaker Ted Hui guilty of assault after snatching public official’s phone, dashing to men’s toilet and emailing files to himself
South China Morning Post, May 27, 2019

特首:德庇護黃台仰及李東昇衝著本港司法獨立 (Germany granting asylum to Ray Wong and Alan Li is a direct affront to Hong Kong’s judicial independence, says Carrie Lam)
Radio Television Hong Kong, May 25, 2019

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Chinese officials tell Germany to stay out of Hong Kong affairs after wanted activists gain refugee status
Hong Kong Free Press, May 24, 2019

Hong Kong’s LGBT supporters rally in Central, calling for city to follow Taiwan’s example on same-sex marriage
South China Morning Post, May 25, 2019

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國泰男男牽手廣告終亮相 反同志組織:同運人士造成「逆向歧視」(Anti-LGBT groups criticize undue pressure on advertising companies, warning of chilling effect and “reverse discrimination” after ban on Cathay Pacific ad was lifted)
Ming Pao, May 26, 2019

EU lodges formal diplomatic note against contentious Hong Kong extradition bill
Reuters, May 24, 2019

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【逃犯條例】歐盟外交照會 林鄭:對方僅宣示立場,未提具體擔憂和意見 (After European Union lodges rare demarche against extradition law amendment, Carrie Lam meets with EU consulate, and says it was “just a declaration of stance, did not hear any actual concerns or opinion on amendments”)
The Stand News, May 25, 2019

Convicted Occupy pair lodge judicial appeals for roles in Hong Kong’s biggest civil disobedience movement
South China Morning Post, May 25, 2019

【逃犯條例】內會通過解散法案委員會 涂謹申:政府不尊重立法會可恥 張超雄:建制派自我閹割 (Extradition law amendments: LegCo House Committee, led by pro-Beijing camp, dismisses Bills Committee, will resume second reading in mid-June)
The Stand News, May 24, 2019

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