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進擊的年輕人:七一這天,他們為何衝擊立法會? (Glimpses of the “radical youth”: Why they broke into LegCo on July 1)
The Initium, July 3, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: City divided over storming of legislature
The Guardian, July 2, 2019

A flag of British Hong Kong, and other protest messages decoded
Inkstone, July 2, 2019

Hong Kong police tactics baffle the experts as legislature is trashed
Reuters, July 2, 2019

Hong Kong lawmaker Tanya Chan appeals against Occupy Central convictions
South China Morning Post, July 2, 2019

監警會收過百宗投訴 主席梁定邦認可能將違法示威者資料交予警方 (Independent Police Complaints Commission confirms investigation to commence for over 100 complaints; information, evidence of protestors found breaking the law will be passed on to police)
The Stand News, July 2, 2019

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“Negligent” police strategy during Hong Kong protests sacrificed force morale and image, say frontline officers, while others praise restrained approach
South China Morning Post, July 2, 2019

【司機被捕】被警指涉「管有第一部毒藥」 譚文豪:實為哮喘藥,唔講以為搗破販毒大案 (Police arrests truck driver after LegCo break-in on charges of possessing offensive weapons and poison, later confirmed to be scissors, gloves, and asthma medicine)
The Stand News, July 3, 2019

眾籌登報全球報紙集合展 盼在絕望中感受團結 (Art space hosts exhibition on crowdfunded G20 ad campaign)
The Stand News, July 2, 2019

China's outrage over Hong Kong violence may prompt tighter embrace
Reuters, July 2, 2019

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Hong Kong’s PLA garrison held a drill last week on “emergency dispatches”
South China Morning Post, July 3, 2019

Hong Kong gov’t accused of omitting “tough questions” in official transcript of Carrie Lam’s 4am press con
Hong Kong Free Press, July 3, 2019

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Carrie Lam’s Regrets: A transcript of the Hong Kong leader’s remarks during a day of violent protests
Foreign Policy, July 2, 2019

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