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Hong Kong’s mask ban is being tested in court, and so is the city’s rule of law
Quartz, October 31, 2019

Dozens of students wear masks during graduation ceremony, defying warning by Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s management
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong protesters target party district on potentially hazardous Halloween
Reuters, October 30, 2019

Ocean Park axes Halloween Fest over protest threat
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 30, 2019

Your “V for Vendetta” protest mask was likely made in authoritarian China
Quartz, October 31, 2019

周六維園及添馬公園集會被警方反對 劉頴匡指會上訴 (Police ban Saturday rally in Victoria Park and Tamar Park, organizers to appeal)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 31, 2019

周六維園「求援國際」集會 劉頴匡:已知全球最少 33 城市響應 促警批不反對通知書 (33 cities to join Nov. 2 global solidarity rally for Hong Kong)
Stand News, October 29, 2019

【屯門瘋狂拘捕】律師指最少拘 73 人 有全家人被捕 周保松等到場聲援 (Tuen Mun residents protest suspected tear gas leakage incident; at least 73 arrested as police barge into shops and housing estates)
Stand News, October 31, 2019

人民日報指侮辱國旗罪一案判刑輕描淡寫 律政司應上訴 (People's Daily criticizes Hong Kong court for "light treatment" of national flag defiler, urges Department of Justice to appeal for harsher sentence)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 31, 2019

‘Harmful’ to young people: Hong Kong Free Press website blacklisted on public ASUS PCs at airport
Hong Kong Free Press, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong police arrested 5 people inside public hospitals over June 12 protests, gov’t says
Hong Kong Free Press, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong Design Institute vandalised for second straight day after school chiefs fail to show up for meeting with students
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong police decline to give details of new scheme which will enable identification of frontline officers during protests
South China Morning Post, October 30, 2019

Hong Kong Journalists Ask Court to Consider 'Illegal Actions' by Police
Radio Free Asia, October 30, 2019

HK stock exchange CEO says ‘one country, two systems’ is flawed
Financial Times, October 30, 2019

【9.21屯門】15歲少年涉藏改裝傘被控藏武器案開審 被捕後沒警誡 警: 若個個拘捕都警誡會唔夠人手 (Court allows admission of arrested protester's statement made without police first giving required caution statement; police claim "not enough manpower" to give police caution to all arrested)
Stand News, October 30, 2019

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