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美國國會報告批評中國侵蝕香港自治 建議執行人權法案 (U.S. Congressional-Executive Committee on China criticizes China's erosion of Hong Kong's autonomy in new report, urges sanctions under new act)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 9, 2020

美國會報告:港自由人權繼受侵蝕 港府:不應干預內部事務 ("Don't interfere with internal affairs," says Hong Kong government on new U.S. report slamming violation of human rights)
Ming Pao, January 9, 2020

‘Completely groundless’: Hong Kong democrat Claudia Mo slams gov’t claim protesters received foreign training
Hong Kong Free Press, January 9, 2020

李家超:相信有暴徒曾在外地受訓 每次行動都有目標及劇情 (Secretary for Security John Lee accuses protesters of having "received foreign training" because posters had different languages, protests were very organized and had clear themes)
Stand News, January 8, 2020

Ordinary laundry cycles can handle tear gas residue, says Hong Kong security chief
Hong Kong Free Press, January 9, 2020

Hong Kong police seized more than 3,700 mobile phones from protesters in space of five months and had devices broken into to read contents, security chief reveals
South China Morning Post, January 8, 2020

周梓樂逝世兩個月市民悼念 廣明苑釀衝突 警拘議員助理 (Citizens gather for commemoration of Chow Tsz-lok's death; clashes break out as police clear blockade, district councillor assistant pepper-sprayed and arrested over straw hat "weapon")
Ming Pao, January 8, 2020

In Pictures: Clashes erupt in Tseung Kwan O as crowds mark two months since Hong Kong student’s death
Hong Kong Free Press, January 9, 2020

Hong Kong protests: teachers warned online comments are subject to regulations as education chief urges schools to suspend those arrested for serious crimes
South China Morning Post, January 8, 2020

教協眾籌一千萬支援受打壓老師 馮偉華:作為工會保護會員責無旁貸!(Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union starts crowdfunding campaign to offer legal and financial assistance to teachers facing reprisals), January 8, 2020

民政少理區議會 觀塘音樂噴泉照去 觀塘區議會民主派:極度憤怒 (Kwun Tong's Home Affairs Department to go ahead with foundatain construction despite District Council passing motion to suspend project), January 8, 2020

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