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全国人大常委会法工委就香港法院有关司法复核案判决发表谈话 (National People's Congress Standing Committee says it is the only one that can judge and decide whether Hong Kong laws are constitutional)
The Paper, November 19, 2019

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China attacks Hong Kong ruling to overturn mask ban
Financial Times, November 19, 2019

民主派要求政府立即撤銷所有根據《禁蒙面法》起訴的案件 (Democratic Party demands authorities to immediate drop all charges in cases based on anti-mask law)
Inmediahk.net, November 18, 2019

Hong Kong’s District Council elections must proceed as planned, European Union urges
South China Morning Post, November 19, 2019

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Violent clashes ‘reduce chance’ of Sunday’s local elections going ahead, says top Hong Kong minister
Hong Kong Free Press, November 19, 2019

In Hong Kong, Daring Escapes From a Violent Siege at a University
The New York Times, November 18, 2019

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Hong Kong: police say surrender is only option for protesters - Hundreds trapped inside Polytechnic as demonstrators try to break campus siege
The Guardian, November 18, 2019

【救救理大孩子】一眾靜坐父母最想說:要平安回家 我們為你自豪 (Parents hold sit-in near PolyU as students remain trapped: Come home peacefully, we're proud of you)
Stand News, November 18, 2019

警油麻地拘至少 60 人 曾傳巨響閃光  多人受傷 據報曾「人踩人」(60 arrested in Yau Ma Tei: riot police use stun grenades, reports of stampede near MTR station)
Stand News, November 18, 2019

警拘51名義務醫護及記者 指揮官辯稱只針對逗留理大的人 (Police confirm 51 first-aiders and journalists arrested in PolyU siege)
Inmediahk.net, November 18, 2019

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Hong Kong police arrest 51 who ‘claimed to be medics or journalists’ near besieged PolyU campus
Hong Kong Free Press, November 18, 2019

星火同盟:匯豐戶口周五停運作 將以其他方式接收款項 支援工作如常 (HSBC terminates bank account of Spark Alliance's legal fund supporting arrested protesters)
Stand News, November 19, 2019

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HSBC to close corporate account being used to support Hong Kong protesters through crowdfunding
South China Morning Post, November 18, 2019

Rights Groups Blame Hong Kong Police For 'Fanning Flames' of Violence
Radio Free Asia, November 18, 2019

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Police must defuse campus standoff to avoid more tragedy
Amnesty International, November 18, 2019

Hong Kong SAR Government Must Ensure Effective De-escalation of Dangerous Police Action at PolyU
Human Rights in China, November 17, 2019

走进抗议冲突前线的香港大学校园
Inside Hong Kong’s Battle-Ready Campuses
The New York Times, November 18, 2019

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