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聲援理大 242 人被控暴動 6 法庭開庭至深夜 法官轟控方表現極不理想 (242 charged with rioting in Nov. 18 protests to help besieged PolyU, magistrates slam prosecution's "extremely undesirable"handling process)
Stand News, November 21, 2019

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Hong Kong police accused of driving vehicles into protesters during clearance operation
Hong Kong Free Press, November 19, 2019

Firefighters confirm reports of 'stampede' incident
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 19, 2019

理大青年搵路走:寧願被拉,都唔會主動投降 (Almost a hundred still remain in PolyU: "I'd rather be arrested than surrender voluntarily")
Citizen News, November 21, 2019

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In Pictures: Quiet despair among hold-outs at Hong Kong’s PolyU campus, following days of violent clashes
Hong Kong Free Press, November 21, 2019

721 元朗襲擊四個月 至今僅控 6 人 元朗站下午 2 時關閉 (36 arrested, 6 charged for July 21 Yuen Long attack; station closes early on 4-month anniversary)
Stand News, November 21, 2019

【11.21】荃灣李城璧中學學生今明罷課 抗議防暴警入校拳傷學生 (Secondary school students in Tsuen Wan form human chain to trigger class boycott; police injure student within school grounds)
HK01, November 21, 2019

民陣發起 12.8 國際人權日集會 正申請不反對通知書 (Civil Human Rights Front to hold rally on International Human Rights Day)
Stand News, November 21, 2019

Why Beijing wants Hong Kong’s district council elections to take place despite expected drubbing for pro-establishment camp
South China Morning Post, November 21, 2019

Fake news amplifies fear and confusion in Hong Kong
Agence France-Presse, November 21, 2019

郑文杰案引哗然 港律政司长:应向中国当局反应 (Secretary of Justice Teresa Cheng tells Simon Cheng, former British Consulate staff tortured by mainland authorities, to report to mainland authorities for case)
Deutsche Welle, November 20, 2019

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Hong Kong minister says she has "no opinion" on torture claim against China
Reuters, November 20, 2019

Hong Kong Department of Justice asks High Court to suspend ruling that anti-mask law is unconstitutional – as it scrambles to defend the legislation
South China Morning Post, November 20, 2019

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