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黃之鋒岑敖暉入表選管會 求核實區會參選資格 (Lester Shum and Joshua Wong apply to election authorities for opinion on eligibility to be candidates for District Council elections)
Ming Pao, July 10, 2019

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800人聯署反對區選引入確認書 促勿再DQ參選人 (“Confirmation” mechanism used to disqualify LegCo by-election candidates to be introduced in upcoming District Council elections; 800 people sign joint letter opposing it)
Inmediahk.net, July 9, 2019

More rallies planned and dialogue rejected, as anti-extradition activists blast “wordplay” by Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam
Hong Kong Free Press, July 9, 2019

Post-it notes are the new weapon of choice for Hong Kong’s protesters
Quartz, July 9, 2019

香港抗议者呼吁普选,要求更多民主
Hong Kong protesters are fueled by a broader demand: More democracy
The New York Times, July 9, 2019

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Hong Kong’s summer of discontent is far from over: Attempts to introduce a new extradition law may have “died a natural death” but protesters grievances run far deeper
New Statesman, July 9, 2019

陳伯絕食逾 150 小時 數十市民探訪遊說暫停 (Crowds urge protester to pause hunger strike after over 150 hours, health condition deteriorates)
The Stand News, July 9, 2019

“Every one of us counts”: Hong Kong protesters mobilise to promote mental health awareness
Agence France-Presse, July 9, 2019

China's PLA signals it will keep Hong Kong-based troops in barracks
Reuters, July 9, 2019

有傳「社會信用體系」將在港實施 聶德權澄清絕無此事 (Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs rushes to confirm social credit system will not be implemented in Hong Kong)
Radio Television Hong Kong, July 9, 2019

It’s curtains for mainland “dama” singers in Tuen Mun Park as Hong Kong authorities announce zone closure after protest against noise pollution and indecency
South China Morning Post, July 9, 2019

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