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民陣岑子杰與友人遇襲 遭兩蒙面漢持壘球棍鐵通攻擊 友人受傷送院 (Civil Human Rights Front convenor attacked by masked men carrying iron rods, accompanying friend hospitalized)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Hong Kong police ban of anti-government protests proposed by Civil Human Rights Front shows Carrie Lam is “pushing city to the abyss”
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

With Hong Kong in turmoil, questions grow over leader’s refusal to offer concessions to protesters
Washington Post, August 28, 2019

消息:林鄭探望警署時 保證不設獨立調查委員會 「係我唯一可以為警隊做的事」(“This is the only thing I can do for the police force”: Sources say Carrie Lam promised not to set up independent commission of inquiry during visit to police station)
Stand News, August 28, 2019

九二九三全民罷工救港 不排除繼續果斷升級 (Hong Kong protesters announce city-wide strike on September 2 and 3), August 28, 2019

中學生發動 9 月 3 日罷課 政府如不回應行動或升級 堵校門阻交通 (Secondary school students alliance to start class boycott on September 3, sets 10 days deadline, will block school entrances if no response from government)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Chinese University welcoming event for new starters turns into anti-government rally
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

國泰更新員工守則 鼓勵舉報同事違規 (Cathay Pacific encourages employees to “whistleblow” colleagues participating illegal activities, updates code of conduct and social media policy)
Stand News, August 29, 2019

Cathay denounced for firing Hong Kong staff after pressure from China
The Guardian, August 28, 2019

【MeToo集會】三萬人逼爆中環 斥警方圖以性暴力噤聲 (30,000 citizens join #MeToo to condemn police sexual violence against female protesters)
Stand News, August 28, 2019

#ProtestToo: Hongkongers adopt anti-sexual harassment rallying cry in response to police assault allegations
Hong Kong Free Press, August 29, 2019

Half of Hong Kong youngsters who sought help for emotional problems related to anti-government protests suffer from depression, study finds
South China Morning Post, August 29, 2019

A shadowy website is offering big money for Hong Kong protesters to snitch on each other
Vice News, August 28, 2019

”A nuclear option”: Hong Kong and the threat of the emergency law
The Guardian, August 28, 2019

City on edge: Photographs from Hong Kong’s summer of protest
The New York Times, August 28, 2019

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