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【引渡惡法】留學生回港聲援反送中 步出機艙即被警截查 (Overseas Hong Kong students who flew back to support anti-extradition questioned by police at airport)
Apple Daily, June 20, 2019

Activists in Hong Kong make pitch to extradition protesters: register to vote
Reuters, June 20, 2019

As Hong Kong erupted over extradition bill, city’s tycoons waited and worried
The New York Times, June 20, 2019

Anti-extradition row: Hong Kong gov’t must respond to demands or protests will escalate on Fri, student groups say
Hong Kong Free Press, June 20, 2019

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Hong Kong shuts down government again as protesters' deadline passes
Radio Free Asia, June 20, 2019

Fears Hong Kong protests could turn violent amid calls to “escalate action”
The Guardian, June 19, 2019

【反送中】「林鄭,不准殺害年輕人」 大學教授特首辦外手寫橫額抗議 (“Carrie Lam, don’t shoot our kids”: Parents and university professors rally outside government office to urge concession)
The Stand News, June 20, 2019

Hong Kongers protest extradition bill through art
Al Jazeera, June 20, 2019

Hospital Authority vows to revive public trust as stories emerge of protesters arrested after personal details leaked by city-run facilities
South China Morning Post, June 20, 2019

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速龍小隊無編號 李家超引述警方:無位置展示 (When asked why police officers who dispersed crowd with force did not display their officer numbers, police respond: “There is no space on the uniform”)
Inmediahk.net, June 19, 2019

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Police chief vows action against those targeting officers with online abuse following Hong Kong’s extradition bill protests
South China Morning Post, June 19, 2019

Hong Kong lawmakers grill security chief over protest violence
Channel NewsAsia, June 19, 2019

【反送中】油麻地藝文空間播612警暴片 多名市民圍觀企出馬路 (Art space in Yau Ma Tei screens videos of police violence during June 12 forceful clearance)
The Stand News, June 19, 2019

HKFP Lens: Eye of the storm – Dan Garrett captures Hong Kong’s anti-extradition clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, June 20, 2019

Hong Kong's “leaderless” protesters mull next move
Channel NewsAsia, June 19, 2019

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