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Hong Kong anti-extradition law demo set for Sunday, as pro-Beijing lawmakers urge gov’t to ban protests till Sept
Hong Kong Free Press, July 18, 2019

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Hong Kong extradition bill protests: police warn organisers they may block Kowloon rally between Hung Hom and To Kwa Wan over unrest fears
South China Morning Post, July 18, 2019

“Lost and confused”: Hong Kong’s police force face crisis of confidence and leadership
Reuters, July 18, 2019

Chinese officials scramble to deliver new Hong Kong strategy but military response not an option
South China Morning Post, July 18, 2019

逃犯条例风波中的香港艺人:“不爱国你就麻烦了” (Hong Kong entertainment industry caught in anti-extradition storm: “You’ll get in trouble if you’re not patriotic”)
BBC, July 18, 2019

9000人參與銀髮族靜默遊行 表達長者支持年輕抗爭者 (9,000 elderly join silent march to support anti-extradition protesters)
The Stand News, July 17, 2019

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“No rioters, only a tyrannical regime”: Thousands of Hong Kong seniors march in support of young extradition law protesters
Hong Kong Free Press, July 17, 2019

【逃犯條例】眾志林朗彥廖偉濂書展「三中商」旁示威 籲市民買書錢勿「送中」(Demosisto stages protests at annual Book Fair, urging fair goers to boycott publishers owned by Liaison Office)
Ming Pao, July 17, 2019

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Political crisis pervades opening of Hong Kong Book Fair 2019 although concerns over potential disruptions prove unfounded
South China Morning Post, July 17, 2019

警務處致函望提供 6.26 包圍警總採訪紀錄 《立場新聞》表明拒絕 (The Stand News refuses police request for raw footage for protests outside police headquarters on June 26, stating that assisting police in criminal investigations would affect neutrality of news agencies)
The Stand News, July 17, 2019

傳民政局邀中學生周五聚會 或晤林鄭張建宗 學生動源籲勿參與 (Home Affair Bureau sends invitation to secondary school students for close-door discussions, while Studentlocalism warns secret meetings will give excuse to government to hijack protesters’ demands)
The Stand news, July 17, 2019

What is Britain’s responsibility to Hong Kong? Even if London wanted to play a bigger role in its former colony’s impasse with China, it lacks the leverage
The Atlantic, July 17, 2019

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