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A gay Hong Kong civil servant finally won the right to benefits for his spouse
Quartz, June 6, 2019

同性配偶福利案終極上訴得直 判辭:不可用社會共識為由拒絕小眾利益 (Prevailing socio-moral values of society on marriage not relevant to whether infringement of rights is justified, says Court of Final Appeal)
Ming Pao, June 6, 2019

【逃犯條例】彭定康拍片轟修例損香港地位 「這修例不需要通過,亦不應該通過」(Chris Patten calls for retraction of extradition law amendments: “It doesn’t have to happen, it shouldn’t happen”)
The Stand News, June 6, 2019

Video: Last colonial governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten, says gov’t defence of extradition bill “absolute nonsense”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 6, 2019

【逃犯條例】小店 6.9 紛罷市撐遊行 「團結先可以事成」(“It’s a little silly, but some things are more important than money”: Shops are closing on June 9 to support march against extradition law amendments)
The Stand News, June 5, 2019

吳文遠擲三文治案 律政司申上訴至終院被拒 (Court of Final Appeal rejects government’s appeal against earlier acquittal of activist Avery Ng, who tossed a sandwich at C.Y. Leung), June 6, 2019

Fugitives granted asylum in Germany say they faced “unfair trial” and call on international community to oppose Hong Kong’s extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 5, 2019

德國國會委員會主席稱程序嚴謹 「黃台仰獲批庇護 反映夠迫害證據」 (Germany’s Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid: Granting Hong Kong activists asylum shows there are enough indicators for individual political persecution in the region)
Ming Pao, June 6, 2019

Hong Kong Tiananmen Massacre vigil organiser receives record donations, totalling HK$2.75m
Hong Kong Free Press, June 5, 2019

Media round-up: Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Massacre vigil as covered by local newspapers
Hong Kong Free Press, June 5, 2019

Thursday, June 6, 2019
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