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“It wasn’t violence for violence’s sake”: The only unmasked protester at storming of Hong Kong’s legislature gives his account of the day’s drama
South China Morning Post, July 5, 2019

第四宗反送中自殺個案 死者親友冀政府回應訴求 「真正能阻止年輕人絕望係政府」(Fourth individual commits suicide in anti-extradition movement; Family: “Only the government can truly stop youngsters’ despair”)
The Stand News, July 5, 2019

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已絕食 24 小時表達對政府不滿 陳伯籲年輕人珍惜生命:我們路程還有很長 (“We have a long way to go”: 24 hours into hunger strike, 73 years old man urges youngsters to treasure their lives)
The Stand News, July 4, 2019

港媽周五再集會 促政府放下傲慢、尊重生命 籲港人參加與年輕人同行 (Hong Kong’s mothers rally again on Friday, calling on government to let go of its pride and value life)
The Stand News, July 5, 2019

【逃犯條例】大專學界提兩要求晤特首:允不追究示威者及公開會面 (Student unions criticize “publicity show,” raise 2 conditions for meeting with Carrie Lam: Promise no prosecution of protestors, meeting must be public)
Ming Pao, July 5, 2019

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Hong Kong student leaders reject government’s offer of private meeting about extradition protests, calling it “too little, too late”
South China Morning Post, July 5, 2019

九巴特別班載包圍警總市民 遭運輸署要求詳細交代 (Authorities demand bus company explain why it sent extra buses to Wanchai area on the night protesters surrounded police headquarters)
Inmediahk.net, July 4, 2019

【逃犯條例】回望六月漫長抗爭 最少71人被捕 五人涉「暴動」 (71 arrested since June in anti-extradition protests, 5 on rioting charges)
HK01, July 3, 2019

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2019 Hong Kong protests against extradition bill: A brief timeline
Human Rights in China, July 2, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Jeremy Hunt “keeping options open” over China
BBC, July 4, 2019

History of Hong Kong protests: Riots, rallies and brollies
South China Morning Post, July 4, 2019

The Peacemaker at the center of Hong Kong’s turbulent protests
The New York Times, July 4, 2019

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