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“Stand with Hong Kong”: G20 appeal over extradition law crisis appears in over 10 int’l newspapers
Hong Kong Free Press, June 28, 2019

G20 峰會前夕 港人大阪舉行集會 爭取國際關注 (Hong Kongers rally in Osaka on the eve of G20 in bid for international attention on anti-extradition and police violence)
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

Students and uniformed groups will not attend July 1 flag raising ceremony due to “safety concerns”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 28, 2019

Hong Kong anti-extradition law protesters gather outside justice secretary’s office demanding dialogue
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

醫管局:警方須有足夠理據 方可取病人資料 將成立三人小組審視電腦系統 (Hospital Authority to set up working group to review security of computer systems, stresses police must provide sufficient justification when requesting patient information
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

“Temporary” closure of police posts at two Hong Kong hospitals is because of “political hatred,” says commissioner
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

林鄭月娥會見四警察協會代表 表揚警隊高度專業克制 不偏不倚執法 (Carrie Lam meets with police groups, thanks them for “highly professional and restrained” execution of duty amidst difficult times)
The Stand News, June 27, 2019

Nothing independent about Hong Kong police complaints process say critics, as watchdog floats idea of special panel to investigate extradition bill violence
South China Morning Post, June 27, 2019

Part of Hong Kong harbourfront to be given to Chinese army as pro-Beijing lawmaker accused of blocking opposition
Hong Kong Free Press, June 27, 2019

Hong Kong journalist groups rebuke protesters for harassing TVB cameraman at anti-extradition rally
South China Morning Post, June 27, 2019

中共重施老把戏被指散播“假新闻”企图离间反送中群众 (Fake news videos used to drive a wedge among protestors)
Radio France Internationale, June 27, 2019

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