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職工盟稱暫有26個工會響應下周一罷工行動 (26 workers’ unions plan to join general strike on August 5)
Radio Television Hong Kong, July 31, 2019

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香港抗议:“不合作运动”在争议中进行 (Wave of disobedience begins amidst controversy)
BBC News, July 30, 2019

【怒不可遏】律政司刑事檢控科律師公開信 促政府明確撤回條例 明示內部有政治壓力 (Department of Justice criminal prosecutors issue public letter condemning collusion between law enforcement and criminals, reveals both “external and internal” political pressure)
Stand News, July 30, 2019

Hong Kong unrest: Hundreds gather outside court as protesters charged with rioting
The Guardian, July 31, 2019

市民葵涌警署聲援被捕人士 警舉槍、亂舞警棍兼狂推記者 (Over 1,000 citizens rally outside Kwai Chung police station to support arrested protesters leaving on bail; police raise gun, deploy pepper spray, attack journalists)
Inmediahk.net, July 31, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: Police officer points gun at protesters
BBC News, July 30, 2019

【睇片】葵涌警針對記者 警盾擊頭、舉槍指嚇、揮棍追打 記協及攝影記協:研究控告警務處 (Journalist associations consider pressing charges against police force; officers filmed attacking journalists at Kwai Chung)
Stand News, July 31, 2019

Hong Kong protesters injured in drive-by fireworks attack from private vehicle after clashes outside police stations
South China Morning Post, July 30, 2019

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【逃犯條例】數百人包圍天水圍警署 有人向群眾射煙花7人傷 (After police arrest young people over Lennon Wall conflict, hundreds surround Tin Shui Wai police station; unknown attacker launches fireworks at crowd, injuring 7)
Ming Pao, July 31, 2019

Hong Kong police “under investigation” by corruption watchdog over failure to protect public during Yuen Long attacks
South China Morning Post, July 30, 2019

Pro-China forum's plan to troll Hong Kong protesters foiled after doxxing retaliation
Global Voices, July 31, 2019

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