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Over 100 Hong Kong anti-extradition law protesters occupy Revenue Tower foyer
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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Be water, my friend: Hong Kong protesters take Bruce Lee’s wise saying to heart and go with the flow
South China Morning Post, June 22, 2019

2019 Hong Kong protests against extradition bill: A brief timeline
Human Rights in China, June 21, 2019

32 former Hong Kong officials and politicians appeal to gov’t to scrap extradition bill
Hong Kong Free Press, June 24, 2019

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In full: An open Letter to Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam from ex-no. 2 Anson Chan
Hong Kong Free Press, June 23, 2019

Lawmaker and legal scholar revise proposed changes to Hong Kong extradition bill in bid to ease fallout from controversial amendment
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

民陣要求成立獨立調查委員會跟進警方懷疑濫權行為 (Civil Human Rights Front urges establishment of independent commission to investigate police abuse of powers)
Radio Television Hong Kong, June 23, 2019

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Use existing mechanism for police complaints, says Hong Kong justice chief as anger over alleged misconduct boils over
Hong Kong Free Press, June 22, 2019

Verified: Hong Kong police violence against peaceful protesters
Amnesty International, June 21, 2019

“Treated like prey”: Protester injured in anti-extradition law clashes questions police tactics
FactWire, June 213, 2019

Hong Kong sees surge in people looking to leave, agents report
Financial Times, June 24, 2019

Hong Kong police accused of harassing hospital staff during searches for extradition bill protesters as medical and legal professionals call on officers to behave
South China Morning Post, June 23, 2019

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Department of Health seeks clarification from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital over refusal to treat injured protester who was later arrested
South China Morning Post, June 21, 2019

Hong Kong refuses entry to ex-Philippine diplomat and China critic
Financial Times, June 21, 2019

当赞美诗变成抗议颂歌:走上街头的香港基督徒
With hymns and prayers, Christians help drive Hong Kong’s protests
The New York Times, June 21, 2019

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