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China’s military warns protesters they may be arrested for targeting Hong Kong barracks with laser light
Reuters, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong journalist hit by petrol bomb recovering in hospital
Reuters, October 7, 2019

First Hong Kongers appear in court for defying mask ban
Al Jazeera, October 7, 2019

Hong Kong Rallies Turn Violent After Thousands Defy Face Mask Ban
The New York Times, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong protesters defy the mask ban - in pictures
The Guardian, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong’s MTR, banks and malls close down after mask ban sparks city-wide unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, October 5, 2019

Video: Taxi rams into pro-democracy protesters outside local Hong Kong gov’t officers, driver beaten
Hong Kong Free Press, October 6, 2019

Hong Kong court rejects second attempt to get mask ban overturned, but calls for urgent hearing into opposition lawmakers judicial challenge
South China Morning Post, October 6, 2019

U.N. calls for probe into violence related to Hong Kong protests
Reuters, October 5, 2019

UN rights chief ‘troubled and alarmed’ by Hong Kong violence
Hong Kong Free Press, October 6, 2019

A Provocateur of the Hong Kong Protests Gains Growing Stature
The New York Times, October 5, 2019

14-year-old shot by plainclothes Hong Kong police officer as protesters attack vehicle
Hong Kong Free Press, October 4, 2019

‘Hong Kongers, resist!’: a new cry as 14-year-old is shot by a cop and masks are banned at protests
Los Angeles Times, October 4, 2019

Hong Kong court grants bail to 18-year-old student protester still in hospital recovering from gunshot wound inflicted by police officer
South China Morning Post, October 4, 2019

One Tweet From the Rockets’ GM Proved Just How Desperate the NBA Is for China’s Money
Vice News, October 7, 2019

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