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Police blast mosque with water cannon as hundreds of thousands protest in Hong Kong
Washington Post, October 21, 2019

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Ex-Indian Assoc. chief hit with police blue dye says he does not accept Hong Kong leader’s apology
Hong Kong Free Press, October 21, 2019

Hong Kong Leaders Apologize to Muslims After Water Cannon Fired at Mosque
Bloomberg, October 21, 2019

Video: Hong Kong police accused of targeting mosque with water cannon blue dye as communities conduct clean-up
Hong Kong Free Press, October 20, 2019

【10.20九龍遊行】警水炮車清場 清真寺被噴中 (Timeline in photos: October 20 march in Kowloon ends in tear gas and water cannons)
Inmediahk.net, October 20, 2019

逾百人聖保羅男女校門外靜坐 抗議校方噤聲 (Hundreds students and alums of Hong Kong secondary school hold silent sit-in to protest school's ban of activities showing solidarity to protests)
Inmediahk.net, October 21, 2019

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Top Hong Kong school accused of restricting freedoms with ban on political events, fearing conflict between pupils on opposing sides of protest debate
South China Morning Post, October 21, 2019

【陳同佳案】陸委會批港府企圖將台灣納入「一個中國」政治框架 (Taiwan criticizes Hong Kong administration for scheming to put Taiwan in "One China" framework by making murder suspect "voluntarily surrender" after previous refusal to cooperate, casts doubt on)
Ming Pao, October 21, 2019

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Taiwan rejects murder suspect’s surrender offer, says Hong Kong must comply with ‘legal procedures’
South China Morning Post, October 20, 2019

Mainland Chinese man charged with stabbing Hong Kong protester in Tai Po
South China Morning Post, October 21, 2019

Communist Party mouthpiece slams Hong Kong university chief’s call for police abuse probe
South China Morning Post, October 20, 2019

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中大人聯署信挺段崇智:梁振英大陸官媒評論橫蠻無理 感謝校長挺身保護學生 (Students and alumni of CUHK sign joint-letter in support of headmaster who spoke on police violence)
Stand News, October 20, 2019

Hong Kong court rules against same-sex civil partnerships
Hong Kong Free Press, October 18, 2019

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Hong Kong: A serious setback for equal marriage
Amnesty International, October 18, 2019

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