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国际人权组织担忧香港书商桂民海是否真自由 (Int’l human rights organisations worry whether HK book seller Gui Minhai is really free)
Voice of America, October 26, 2017
https://www.voachinese.com/a/hong-kong-gui-minhai/4086905.html

劉兆佳料民主派與中央未來20年對普選不會找到共同點 (Liu Zhaojia expects pro democracy camp to find no common ground with Central Government in terms of universal suffrage in next twenty years)
Radio Television Hong Kong, October 26, 2017
http://news.rthk.hk/rthk/ch/component/k2/1361341-20171026.htm

林鄭:不排除同步啟動「三步走」 強調非威脅 (Carrie Lam says won’t eliminate chance of starting “three-step” co-location arrangement simultaneously and emphasizes that it is not threat)
Mingpao, October 26, 2017
https://news.mingpao.com/ins/instantnews/web_tc/article/20171026/s00001/1508984786119

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Images of “dormitory” for mainland officers at Express Rail terminus contradict gov’t claims
FactWire, October 25, 2017
https://www.hongkongfp.com/2017/10/25/images-dormitory-mainland-officers-express-rail-terminus-contradict-govt-claims/

Hong Kong police to get awards for security work during visit of Chinese president Xi Jinping
South China Morning Post, October 26, 2017
http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/law-crime/article/2116976/hong-kong-police-get-awards-security-work-during-visit

關注組集會抗議 吳靄儀:現況比反831更嚴峻 (Concern group protests against co-location arrangement and Margaret Ng says situation is more dire than NPC’s 831 interoperation of the Basic Law)
Inmediahk, October 25, 2017
https://www.inmediahk.net/node/1052929

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Hong Kong’s opposition prevents Carrie Lam’s motion on joint rail checkpoint plan
South China Morning Post, October 25, 2017
http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/2116995/hong-kongs-opposition-prevents-carrie-lams-motion-joint-rail

是否強制學生看《基本法》研討會 林鄭:學生可合上眼 (Carrie Lam says students can close their eyes so they won’t be forced to watch seminar on the Basic Law)
Radio Televison Hong Kong, October 25, 2017
http://news.rthk.hk/rthk/ch/component/k2/1361281-20171025.htm

Activist Joshua Wong freed on bail: We will “fight together” for Hong Kong democracy
Hong Kong Free Press, October 24, 2017
https://www.hongkongfp.com/2017/10/24/activist-joshua-wong-freed-bail-will-fight-together-hong-kong-democracy/

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