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Protests Erupt in Hong Kong, Overshadowing China’s National Day Parade
The New York Times, October 2, 2019

【黑色十一】74 人受傷送院 最年輕 11 歲 政府發稿:中槍男生情況轉穩定 (74 hospitalized in October 1 protests, youngest aged 11)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

HKFP Lens: Day of havoc across protest-hit Hong Kong overshadows China’s National Day party
Hong Kong Free Press, October 2, 2019

【十一.油尖旺.短片】警催淚彈射入民居 尖沙嘴戶主帶3月大女嬰避難 (Tear gas shot into residential flat in Tsim Sha Tsui, family flees with infant)
Ming Pao, October 1, 2019

【黑色10.1●黃大仙】黃大仙瘋狂綠van直撞人群 逃去6小時後被焚毀 (Mini-van drives into protester crowd in Wong Tai Sin, van found burning 6 hours later)
Apple Daily, October 1, 2019

‘Police think they are above the law’: Outrage after Hong Kong protester shot in the torso as tens of thousands take to streets
Independent, October 2, 2019

Asked about Hong Kong, U.N. calls for peaceful protests, restraint by security
Reuters, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong police say shooting of 18-year-old at close range was in self-defence
Hong Kong Free Press, October 1, 2019

【十一.示威】斥盧偉聰未調查便定調開槍「合理合法」 張達明:很離譜 (“This is outrageous”: Legal scholar criticizes commissioner of police for declaring shooting was reasonable and legal without any investigation)
Ming Pao, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong: Shooting of protester must be investigated amid alarming escalation of police use of force
Amnesty International, October 1, 2019

Naked Police Violence in Hong Kong as Beijing Celebrates National Day
Human Rights in China, October 1, 2019

5紀律部隊發聯合聲明堅定支持特區政府及警隊止暴制亂 (After protester shot in chest, five government disciplinary services issue statement in support of Hong Kong authorities and police force’s efforts in stopping violence)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong: sit-in staged at school of teenager shot by 'trigger-happy' police
The Guardian, October 2, 2019

何傳耀校方拒評警察開槍對錯 校長稱未及看新聞片 校友:而家講緊人道問題呀 (Headmaster of school attended by protester shot by police refuses to condemn shooting, alumni protest silence on humanitarian crisis)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

多個港鐵車站設施遭蓄意破壞 港鐵強烈譴責示威者 (MTR Corporation condemns damage of facilities at multiple stations)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong’s MTR closes half of its stations to prevent damage to facilities and reduce risks to human lives
South China Morning Post, October 1, 2019

【929 衝突】96 人被控暴動今提堂 社工許麗明被控襲警 西九法院近千人聲援 (146 arrested during anti-totalitarian march, 96 charged with rioting; a thousand supporters gather outside court in solidarity)
Stand News, October 2, 2019

Hong Kong doctor among those arrested amid anti-government protests in Admiralty, source says
South China Morning Post, October 1, 2019

In now-or-never mindset, Hong Kong protests keep up pressure
Christian Science Monitor, October 1, 2019

Hong Kong police arrest 51, seize 'large number' of weapons in 2-day raid
Channel News Asia, October 1, 2019

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