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Hong Kong (香港)

Hong Kong activist Edward Leung applies for permission to appeal 6-year jail term over 2016 unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, October 10, 2019

Hong Kong protesters stage peaceful rallies calling for 'liberation'
Reuters, October 9, 2019

申訴專員6至9月接逾千宗涉警隊投訴 前「二姐」交副手處理 (HKSAR ombudsman has received over 1,000 police complaints since June, investigations limited by scope of authority)
Citizen News, October 10, 2019

【抗暴之戰】公益金便服日傳統名校現黑衣人海 揮「光復香港」旗向白色恐怖說不 (Secondary school students wear black on casual wear day to fight white terror)
Apple Daily, October 10, 2019

拒警入商場 馬鞍山新港城5名客服保安員被捕 數百人聲援 (Ma On Shan residents rally in support of security guards arrested for attempting to stop riot police from entering mall)
Citizen News, October 10, 2019

Five security guards arrested for allegedly obstructing Hong Kong police from entering Ma On Shan mall
Hong Kong Free Press, October 9, 2019

香港物業管理及保安職工總會:警權無限大,人權被出賣——譴責警方濫捕新港城保安 (Security workers union issues statement condemning arrest of mall security guards), October 9, 2019

Hundreds Protest Arrests of Hong Kong Mall Staff Who Denied Police Entry
Radio Free Asia, October 9, 2019

Hong Kong police under fire after officer dressed as protester threatens residents from inside closed MTR station
Hong Kong Free Press, October 9, 2019

盲人烽煙中上街:我睇唔到都出嚟,人多先會贏 (The blind man at Hong Kong's protests: "I believe in strength in numbers")
Citizen News, October 9, 2019

Mental health in Hong Kong at its worst level in eight years, affected by ongoing social unrest: survey
South China Morning Post, October 9, 2019

就医反遭逮捕 香港示威者投奔“地下诊所” (Fearing that obtaining medical attention will lead to arrest, Hong Kong protesters turn to "underground clinics")
Deutsche Welle, October 9, 2019

Hong Kong Community College lecturer replaced after anti-protester comments prompt heckling and tense stand-off in classroom
South China Morning Post, October 9, 2019

Hong Kong protests: man with brain bleed and pregnant woman held in hospital after weekend of violence triggered by anti-mask law
South China Morning Post, October 9, 2019

Explainer: ‘Renovation’, ‘decoration’ and ‘fire magic’: The businesses targeted by Hong Kong’s hit-and-run protesters
Hong Kong Free Press, October 9, 2019

Thursday, October 10, 2019

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