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網民發起不合作運動阻車門 港島觀塘綫部份車站服務暫停 (Civil obedience disrupts MTR services in morning rush hour)
Stand News, July 30, 2019

【元朗遊行】被捕社工獲保釋 另四人涉藏攻擊性武器 還柙至9月 (Social worker arrested in Yuen Long on July 27 detained for 64 hours; 4 other protesters denied bail, to remain in custody until appearance in September), July 30, 2019

China calls for Hong Kong to swiftly punish “radical” protesters
The Guardian, July 29, 2019

記者包圍要求回應元朗恐襲 港澳辦發言人未有理會 (Beijing spokesperson ignores reporters’ questions on Yuen Long attacks in rare press conference on Hong Kong), July 29, 2019

American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong urges “clear leadership,” investigation after more extradition bill clashes
South China Morning Post, July 29, 2019

閉路電視揭7.21大批白衣人集結 警車巡邏無行動 (Surveillance cameras show police inaction for hours as triads gather in Yuen Long)
Radio Television Hong Kong, July 30, 2019

Hong Kong civil servants to take to the streets in extradition bill protest, piling pressure on embattled government
South China Morning Post, July 29, 2019

Who are the young civil servants defying peers and elders by holding a rally against Hong Kong’s extradition bill?
South China Morning Post, July 30, 2019

Hong Kong’s biggest broadcaster TVB warns employees against actions that would “impose one’s political inclination on work”
South China Morning Post, July 29, 2019

Years of ignoring peaceful protests fuelled Hong Kong violence, says jailed academic Benny Tai
Agence France-Presse, July 30, 2019

Hong Kong police under fire over violent response to protests
Al Jazeera, July 30, 2019

【逃犯條例】私隱署發現492宗官警「起底」個案 政府電話簿暫移除部分警資料 (Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data finds 492 counts of doxxing of police officers, authorities remove public database entries of junior officers)
Ming Pao, July 29, 2019

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