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「民間記者會」:抗衡政府一言堂 促請政府停止鎮壓 回應五大訴求 (LIHKG holds press conference to combat government’s monopoly of public narrative)
Stand News, August 6, 2019

Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s reframing of battle with protesters as about sovereignty will fuel anger, observers and pro-Beijing lawmakers warn
South China Morning Post, August 6, 2019

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“Liberate Hong Kong; revolution of our times”: Who came up with this protest chant and why is the government worried?
South China Morning Post, August 6, 2019

市民再到天水圍警署外示威 防暴警拘 76 人 (Citizens rally outside Tin Shui Wai police station in support of female protester who faced humiliating arrest; police arrests 76)
Stand News, August 5, 2019

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Hong Kong police fire tear gas following protest against treatment of female protester
Hong Kong Free Press, August 5, 2019

8.5 七區罷工集會 下午起各區衝突 (Transport paralyzed in the morning; strike-rallies in 7 districts, turn to clashes all around the city)
Inmediahk.net, August 5, 2019

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City on the brink: Hong Kong rocked by clashes, transport bedlam, tear gas in 8 districts and mob attack in North Point
Hong Kong Free Press, August 5, 2019

【8.5】荃灣持棍白衣藍衣漢 襲擊示威者 雙方毆鬥遺大量血跡 (Tsuen Wan mob attacks protesters with sticks and knives as protesters fight back and police refuse to arrest)
Stand News, August 6, 2019

Hong Kong police made 420 arrests since June 9; 1,000 tear gas rounds, 160 rubber bullets fired during protests
Hong Kong Free Press, August 5, 2019

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多區衝突造成41人受傷求醫其中2人嚴重 (Hospital Authority reports 41 injured in clashes on August 5)
Radio Television Hong Kong, August 6, 2019

深水埗警署射催淚彈 擊中記者頭部 大公報記者一度被指襲警 (Journalist hit in the head by tear gas canister; Ta Kung Pao reporter briefly detained for protecting him)
Inmediahk, August 5, 2019

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