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Hong Kong awakens to third day of unrest as morning commuters hit with delays
Agence France-Presse, November 13, 2019

Chinese University of Hong Kong student union head applies for injunction banning police entry and crowd control weapon use
Hong Kong Free Press, November 13, 2019

全球学术界联署 促香港警方停止攻击校园 (Hundreds of scholars sign global petition urging Hong Kong police to cease attacks on campuses)
Radio Free Asia, November 12, 2019

警闖中大惹民憤 示威者各區開花堵路 警全港狂射催淚彈  51人傷包括 10 個月大嬰兒 (Police assault on Chinese University of Hong Kong sparks rage across city; protesters set roadblocks in over 13 districts to hamper police reinforcements; Hospital Authority states 51 injured)
Stand News, November 13, 2019

防暴警強攻中文大學兩個半小時後撤退;網民發起各區示威「圍魏救趙」,市面狼藉 (Intense confrontation between students, police during two-day siege of CUHK; during negotiated ceasefire, vice chancellor shot with tear gas, water cannon fired after police announced retreat)
The Initium, November 12, 2019

Hong Kong university campus turns into night-time battlefield
The Sydney Morning Herald, November 13, 2019

Photos: Hong Kong police and students are fighting a war in one of the city’s top universities
Quartz, November 12, 2019

Behind Hong Kong’s Protesters, an Army of Volunteer Pastors, Doctors and Artists
The New York Times, November 12, 2019

Hong Kong protests: ‘special police’ unit will be unveiled this week to ease pressure on embattled force, sources say
South China Morning Post, November 13, 2019

Tear gas fired in central Hong Kong for second day in a row after protesters and office workers take to the streets
Hong Kong Free Press, November 12, 2019

香港中大变战场 中共政法委撑警:不开枪 要枪何用 (Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission supports shooting of protester: "What's the use of a gun if you don't fire it?")
Radio France Internationale, November 12, 2019

Hong Kong elections hinge on ‘return to peace’, People’s Daily says
South China Morning Post, November 12, 2019

Hong Kong activists denounce court ban on ‘violent’ content as a threat to internet freedom
Global Voices, November 12, 2019

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

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