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Protesters demand CCTV footage from Tiu Keng Leng school following death of 15-year-old student
Hong Kong Free Press, October 16, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she expects police to submit full report to coroner on death of 15-year-old girl, that has triggered violence and conspiracy theories
South China Morning Post, October 15, 2019

Hong Kong Protesters Are Targeting Starbucks. Apple Could Be Next.
The New York Times, October 16, 2019

Hong Kong people nominated for Nobel peace prize
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 16, 2019

禁蒙面止暴否 六成人:惹反效果 明報民調:暴力衝突 53%市民稱政府責任最大 (Over 50% believe protesters have right to self defense in latest poll, almost 70% wish to disband police force)
Ming Pao, October 16, 2019

民意仍然堅實 處境造就升級 (The people's will is firm: escalation is caused by circumstances)
Stand News, October 16, 2019

星島:員佐級協會申法院禁令 阻公眾同時查閱選民姓名住址 免警員遭起底 (Junior Police Officer Association applies for court injunction to prohibit inspection of voters' names and addresses information "to prevent doxxing of police officers")
Stand News, October 16, 2019

【逃犯條例.多圖】港人修頓球場冒雨聲援莫利 焚燒球衣表達不滿勒邦占士言論 (Stand with Morey: Hong Kong protesters gather in the rain to support NBA manager that spoke out on Hong Kong)
Ming Pao, October 15, 2019

Furious Hong Kong protesters burn LeBron James jersey over free speech comments
Independent, October 15, 2019

Hong Kong Protesters Rage Against Corporate China's Growing Control
Bloomberg, October 15, 2019

37 歲地盤工被捕 警:涉網上指控警方打死人,煽惑他人包圍政府建築物 (Construction worker arrested for incitement for social media posts accusing police of beating detained protesters to death)
Stand News, October 16, 2019

Gov’t asks District Council election candidates meaning of ‘Liberate Hong Kong’ as hopefuls decry ‘political censorship’
Hong Kong Free Press, October 15, 2019

Hong Kong secondary school student charged over box cutter attack on police officer
South China Morning Post, October 15, 2019

‘She eats foreign sausage’: Junius Ho kicked out of LegCo meeting over sexist insult
Coconuts Hong Kong, October 15, 2019

蔡維邦稱大律師公會對示威者暴力沉默 公會:一直譴責任何暴力 (Barrister who represented Edward Leung in riot case leaves Bar Association over organization's silence on protester violence)
Ming Pao, October 15, 2019

Criminal lawyer Edwin Choy opens up on resignation from Hong Kong Bar Association, saying his outlook on protest violence diverged too much from others
South China Morning Post, October 14, 2019

Homemade Bomb Detonated for First Time in Hong Kong Protests
The New York Times, October 15, 2019

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