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Hong Kong bans activist Joshua Wong from standing in district election race
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

Democracy activist Joshua Wong slams ‘politically driven’ decision to bar him from running in Hong Kong district council election
South China Morning Post, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong slams election officer for ‘twisting and misunderstanding’ his political views with election ban
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

黃之鋒終被 DQ 禁參選區議會 政府:支持選舉主任決定 無關政治審查、言論自由 ("Not related to political censorship or freedom of speech," says government press statement defending disqualification of activist Joshua Wong)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

抗議警察粗暴對待傳媒 記者宣讀聲明 警一度叫停記者會 逐抗議記者離場 (Journalist kicked out from police press conference after reading statement condemning violence against frontline journalists says press conference turned press into speakerphone for propaganda)
The Stand News, October 29, 2019

蘋果:不再出席警方例行記者會 (Apple Daily to join boycott on police press conference after journalist kicked out for reading statement condemning police violence)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

警記者會上照電筒抗議被逐 女記者:被 PPRB 拍攝證件後相片即於網上流傳 (Police take photo of journalist's press ID after removing her from police press conference, photo then circulates in pro-establishment groups)
Stand News, October 28, 2019

Hong Kong's reluctant police officer: 'It’s not for us to deliver punishment'
The Guardian, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong police deploy tear gas against crowd protesting over suspected tear gas test
Hong Kong Free Press, October 29, 2019

Hong Kong police admit adopting more aggressive tactics in bid to quell rising violence as tensions grow between officers and journalists
South China Morning Post, October 28, 2019

Hong Kong protests: how a Post journalist was hit by projectile during police operation
South China Morning Post, October 29, 2019

【民間記者會】少數族裔親述抗爭經歷 巴裔少年見證警暴棄從警 ("We connected": Protesters from ethnic minorities attend citizen press conference, speak on protest experience and racial profiling by police officers)
Stand News, October 28, 2019

法庭修訂警方反起底禁制令 收窄涵蓋範圍 (Hong Kong's High Court amends injunction order to limit scope in banning disclosure of police officers' personal information)
Ming Pao, October 29, 2019

學生何文田築人鏈 抗議學體會取消學界賽事 (Students form human chain in Ho Man Tin to protest against possible wholesale cancellation of all sports competitions for the year to prevent political expression in venues)
Ming Pao, October 28, 2019

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