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Hong Kong (香港)

Hong Kong police families call for independent inquiry into protest clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, August 26, 2019

警員家屬集會 勸警勿與民為敵 警嫂:藍絲不代表我 (400 police family members rally to urge police department not to treat citizens as their enemies), August 26, 2019

Hong Kong police pull their guns, reportedly shoot warning shot after being attacked by protesters with sticks and rods.
Associated Press, August 25, 2019

Related:荃灣開槍兼腳踢跪地街坊 警稱因電光火石、別無選擇下最好做法 (“Split second” and “no other choice”: Police defends kicking down passer-by who knelt down to stop police from shooting protesters with revolver), August 26, 2019

Hong Kong police officer 'fires warning shot' amid fresh clashes with protesters
The Telegraph, August 25, 2019

Hong Kong riot police beat protesters at anti-surveillance rally
The Guardian, August 24, 2019

香港再发警民冲突 又有示威者眼睛被打伤 (Second protester shot in the eye by rubber bullet during march on Saturday)
Radio France Internationale, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong MTR shuts 4 stations around legal protest in Kwun Tong following China pressure
Hong Kong Free Press, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong protests: residents angry at access changes during demonstration besiege property management firm for second day
South China Morning Post, August 25, 2019

Chief Executive Carrie Lam pressed by range of Hong Kong leaders to meet top demands of anti-government protesters, sources say
South China Morning Post, August 25, 2019

香港特首的难题:如何与“无大台”示威者对话 (Challenge for the Hong Kong chief executive: How to talk with leaderless protesters)
BBC, August 23, 2019

UK consulate worker detained in China is freed in Hong Kong, says family
The Guardian, August 24, 2019

Hong Kong protesters join hands in 30-mile human chain
The Guardian, August 23, 2019

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