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Tiananmen Square massacre marked with Hong Kong vigil
The Guardian, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong prepares for commemoration of 1989 Tiananmen crackdown
Al Jazeera, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong holds somber Tiananmen vigil as Beijing goes into lockdown
Reuters, June 3, 2019

“Record turnout of over 180,000” at Hong Kong candlelight vigil to mark Tiananmen crackdown’s 30th anniversary but for many, city’s controversial extradition bill was extra spur
South China Morning Post, June 5, 2019

Hong Kong remembers Tiananmen, concerned about its own future
Agence France-Presse, June 4, 2019

In Hong Kong, a publisher struggles to document Tiananmen’s carnage
The New York Times, June 4, 2019

83% of young Hongkongers say Beijing was in the wrong over the Tiananmen Massacre – HKU survey
Hong Kong Free Press, June 4, 2019

The Hong Kong teachers whose lives are inexorably linked to Tiananmen Square crackdown making sure their pupils are taught about events of 1989
South China Morning Post, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong's students remember Tiananmen because those on the mainland can't
Sydney Morning Herald, June 4, 2019

Video: “We don’t need to chant slogans” – 100 attend “alternative” Hong Kong Tiananmen vigil
Hong Kong Free Press, June 4, 2019

Extradition law is 'final nail' in Hong Kong's coffin: activist
Reuters, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam ‘will not simply follow orders from Beijing’ on extradition requests and can refuse transfer of fugitives accused of crimes against defence or foreign affairs
South China Morning Post, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong pupils petition against extradition bill as protests build
Reuters, June 4, 2019

【逃犯條例】覆美國會議員聯署信 林鄭:指修例損害法治、人權 沒有根據 (Extradition law: Carrie Lam replies to joint letter from US Congress: No evidence that Extradition Law amendments harm rule of law and human rights)
The Stand News, June 4, 2019

Remembering Tiananmen Square is dangerous, even in Hong Kong
The Atlantic, June 3, 2019

Former Tiananmen student leader barred from Hong Kong vigil
Sydney Morning Herald, June 3, 2019

Prosecutors in mainland China can reopen criminal cases years later and seek fugitive transfers, Hong Kong security chief John Lee admits
South China Morning Post, June 3, 2019

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