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Two arrested as parallel trading protests descend into chaos at Hong Kong border town Sheung Shui, while lawmaker accuses police of targeting innocent man, who tries to jump off bridge “out of panic”
South China Morning Post, July 14, 2019

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Protesters and police clash in Hong Kong after peaceful march
The Guardian, July 13, 2019

沙田遊行11.5萬人參與 新城市廣場內爆衝突 (Over 11,000 protesters join anti-extradition march in Shatin, later spirals into clashes in shopping mall as police clear streets, block exits and stop trains)
Inmediahk.net, July 14, 2019

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【沙田衝突】醫管局:20 人仍留醫 2 危殆 4 嚴重 (20 hospitalized after clashes in Shatin; 4 severe, 2 critical)
The Stand News, July 15, 2019

Hong Kong protesters in Sha Tin showered with support and supplies – even from 10 floors up
South China Morning Post, July 14, 2019

反修例絕食人士傍晚將步行至禮賓府 促特首與市民對話 (Hunger strikers walk to Chief Executive residence to urge dialogue)
Radio Television Hong Kong, July 15, 2019

香港记者愤怒了今发起“停止警暴、捍卫新闻自由”静默游行 (“The journalists are angry”: 7 journalist organizations hold silent march to defend press freedom, condemn police violence toward frontline reporters)
Radio France Internationale, July 14, 2019

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Journalism watchdog says past year among the worst for Hong Kong press freedom since 1997, as rally planned for Sunday
Hong Kong Free Press, July 13, 2019

University of Hong Kong will protect its students from summary arrest, says vice chancellor in impromptu dialogue with extradition bill protesters
South China Morning Post, July 13, 2019

“Don't mess with us”: The spirit of rebellion spreads in Hong Kong
The Guardian, July 13, 2019

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