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Friday, November 22, 2019 - 14:33

Despair and destruction at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University - in pictures
The Guardian, November 22, 2019

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【圍困理大】警開咪嘲留守者要食生命麵包 網民發起「和你食包」:食包唔可恥,Popo 你食屎 (Daily "Lunch With You" protesters eat plain bread today to show solidarity after police mock starving students trapped in PolyU)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

民間記者會引述理大抗爭者:校內非人生活 轟警「想殺死我哋」("They're trying to kill us": Letter from trapped PolyU student slams inhumane treatment by police, "peaceful resolution" just ends in over 200 arrests)
Inmediahk.net, November 22, 2019

Abuse and acrimony as crisis-hit Hong Kong holds district polls
Channel NewsAsia, November 22, 2019

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網民發表《連登共同宣言》:11.24 絕不破壞,齊齊投票 (Joint declaration circulated on LIHKG urging protesters to vote on district elections on Sunday)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

'Police election presence needed to make voters feel safe'
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 22, 2019

趙家賢永世記得耳廓被扯甩聲音 至今仍感陣痛頭暈 ("I will always remember the sound": District elections candidate who had ear bitten off by attackers leaves hospital, prepares for election)
Ming Pao, November 22, 2019

被捕人士庭上稱遭警狂毆 鄧炳強指非新鮮事:成日都有 ("Complaints like these happen all the time," says new Police Commissioner after hundreds of protesters brought to court claim beaten by police and magistrate urged authorities to act)
Inmediahk.net, November 22, 2019

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【圍困理大】首批被告 19 人控暴動 投訴警毆打推倒至手掌骨折 延 42 小時送院 (First batch charged with rioting in PolyU siege raise complaints of police brutality and 42-hour delay in being sent to hospital)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

Hong Kong hospitals find themselves on protest frontlines
Reuters, November 22, 2019

西灣河被槍傷男子被控非法集結 警方不排除加控罪行 (Protester shot in abdomen by live round charged with illegal assembly)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 22, 2019

15 學者、宗教人士宣布絕食 要求警方和平解決理大事件 (Scholars and religious leaders start hunger strike to demand independent investigation of police violence, peaceful resolution and dropping of rioting charges in PolyU crisis, and go-ahead for district council elections)
Stand News, November 21, 2019

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社福界下月罷工3日促查警暴設獨立調查委員會 1215遊行路線待定 (Social welfare sector to go on strike for three days in December urging establishment of independent commission to investigate police violence)
Ming Pao, November 21, 2019

Hong Kong protests: call for peace from son of Luo Changqing, killed by brick hurled during Sheung Shui clash
South China Morning Post, November 21, 2019

人民日報轟港法院判刑輕 倡設特別法庭快審快判 再斥高院廢《禁蒙面法》(People's Daily urges setting up special court to speed up prosecution of protesters, slams Hong Kong courts for light sentencing and "exceeding authority" in anti-mask law ruling)
Stand News, November 22, 2019

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北京警告可能干预香港司法裁决
In Warning to Hong Kong’s Courts, China Shows Who Is Boss
The New York Times, November 21, 2019

Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 02:09

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

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 05:59

Former U.K. Consulate Employee Says Chinese Secret Police Tortured Him
The Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2019

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英領館職員稱內地被拘留遭虐待盤問 逼供出英助港示威情報 返港「被辭職」正尋庇護 (British consulate staff Simon Cheng seeks asylum, says he was tortured while detained in mainland for intelligence that UK was supporting Hong Kong's protests)
Ming Pao, November 20, 2019

稱警方怕影響部署 拒公開催淚彈成分 陳肇始:示威者縱火、擲汽油彈產生二噁英 (Department of Health says chemical ingredients of tear gas should not be disclosed because it would "affect police deployment," claims carcinogenic dioxins came from fires started by protesters)
Stand News, November 20, 2019

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清潔工硬食催淚彈二噁英 團體促改派專業人員執手尾 (Government's cleaners sent out to work without proper gear for tear gas toxins, labor rights groups urge Food and Environmental Hygiene Department to hire professionals)
Inmediahk.net, November 20, 2019

Hong Kong lawyers, democrats warn against Beijing intervention after court rules mask ban unconstitutional
Hong Kong Free Press, November 20, 2019

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禁蒙面法被判違憲 民主派:律政司建議法庭暫緩執行裁決,容許法例續生效 (Department of Justice to apply to court to allow anti-mask law to remain in force pending appeal on ruling that it is unconstitutional)
Stand News, November 20, 2019

Hong Kong mask law: Beijing claim on ‘unconstitutional’ ruling could spell end of ‘one country, two systems’, legal heavyweights warn
South China Morning Post, November 20, 2019

Hardcore protesters holed up in Hong Kong PolyU campus for fourth day
Agence France-Presse, November 20, 2019

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李家超:以暴動罪拘捕所有離開理大人士 檢控須研證據 (All personnel who leave besieged PolyU will be arrested for rioting, says Secretary for Justice)
Ming Pao, November 20, 2019

【圍困理大】李家超稱 900 人離開校園「自首」 中學校長指不符警承諾 感愕然 (Headmasters surprised that authorities said students who left PolyU "surrendered," urges clarification on deal that underage students will not be arrested)
Stand News, November 20, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Over 1,000 Detained at a University, and a Warning From Beijing After a three-day standoff with the police, about 50 protesters remained on the campus of a besieged university
The New York Times, November 18, 2019

Hundreds of Protesters Released From Besieged Hong Kong University: ‘I Feel Lucky to Get Out’
Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2019

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理工大遭封锁,香港学生抗议者父母走上“前线”
Parents of Besieged Hong Kong Protesters Come to the Front Lines
The New York Times, November 20, 2019

Taiwan schoolgirl at Hong Kong Polytechnic campus was ‘too scared to leave’
South China Morning Post, November 19, 2019

Hong Kong police drop ‘pride and care’ motto, now vow to serve with ‘honour, duty and loyalty’
Hong Kong Free Press, November 20, 2019

Albert Ho ambushed, beaten by men with 'canes'
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 19, 2019

Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong banned by Hong Kong court from travelling to London to receive human rights award from British parliament
South China Morning Post, November 19, 2019

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 11:49

Background: Zhou Yuanzhi 周远志
Chinese Human Rights Defenders, November 18, 2019

Leniency from China court in Dying to Survive cancer drug case
South China Morning Post, November 18, 2019

Monday, November 18, 2019 - 22:43

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

Monday, November 18, 2019 - 00:32

Hong Kong police enter PolyU campus following day-long battle, as officers fire live warning shots nearby
Hong Kong Free Press, November 18, 2019

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理大徹夜衝突:校內一度大火,示威者清晨嘗試撤離,警察多方持續放催淚彈 (Night-long fight at PolyU: Police besiege university, fire tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets as protesters try to retreat from campus)
The Initium, November 17, 2019

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

民陣對國際社會的緊急呼籲 (Civil Human Rights Front Urgent Appeal to International Community On the Escalation of Tension in Hong Kong)
Inmediahk.net, November 18, 2019

Hong Kong’s High Court rules anti-mask law unconstitutional
Hong Kong Free Press, November 18, 2019

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民主派司法覆核《禁蒙面法》 高院裁定《緊急法》不符基本法規定 (Anti-mask law ruled unconstitutional by Hong Kong High Court, relief to be ordered later)
Stand News, November 18, 2019

U.S. condemns 'unjustified use of force' in Hong Kong: senior official
Reuters, November 18, 2019

離任前夕《星島》專訪 盧偉聰:獨立調查不公,警無濫暴,政治問題定要政治解決 (Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo retires: "Independent investigation is unjust," "police have not abused use of force")
Stand News, November 18, 2019

China sent soldiers to a Hong Kong protest site—with brooms and buckets
Quartz, November 17, 2019

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The Limits Of Positivity
China Media Project, November 16, 2019

Hong Kong activists pledge to ‘squeeze economy’ as city reels from protests
Agence France-Presse, November 17, 2019

Hong Kong journalism groups condemn alleged police firing of projectile at reporter as officer put on leave
Hong Kong Free Press, November 16, 2019

民主黨兩候選人遭警私刑 將投訴及民事索償 盼鼓勵受害人發聲 (Two Democratic Party district election candidates to raise civil claim against police for ill treatment during detention )
Inmediahk.net, November 15, 2019

Friday, November 15, 2019 - 03:58

上水昨晚有刀手斬人 警拒拘捕:係咪故意斬人我哋有保留 (Last night in Sheung Shui, police refuse to arrest attackers)
Inmediahk.net, November 15, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: man beaten by baton-wielding gang in Sheung Shui
South China Morning Post, November 14, 2019

70-year-old dies after being hit on head with brick during Hong Kong protest clash
Hong Kong Free Press, November 15, 2019

就上水清潔工在衝突中死亡聲明 (Hong Kong Women Workers Association, Cleaners' Workers' Union issue joint statement on the death of worker in Sheung Shui)
Inmediahk.net, November 15, 2019

千人迫爆愛丁堡為消防救護打氣 盼企硬勿向警跪低 (Thousands turn out in Edinburgh Place to support firefighters, paramedics)
Inmediahk.net, November 14, 2019

Police ban takes the parade out of Hong Kong’s pride celebrations, amid violent protests in the city
South China Morning Post, November 14, 2019

Hong Kong protests: partial reopening of Tolo Highway comes with conditions as activists issue election ultimatum
South China Morning Post, November 15, 2019

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警方被指故意封吐露港公路至中午 謝振中:玩嘢並唔係警察,而係暴徒 (Demonstrators clear Tolo Highway at 6:00 a.m., police block it again by noon; in afternoon police press conference, police deny blocking the highway)
Stand News, November 15, 2019

Suspend Hong Kong status in event of China crackdown: U.S. commission
Reuters, November 14, 2019

Xi says HK's most pressing task is to end violence, chaos and restore order
Xinhua, November 14, 2019

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习近平:止暴制乱 恢复秩序是香港当前最紧迫的任务 (Xi Jinping: Ending violence, restoring order is Hong Kong's most urgent task at present)
Legal Daily, November 14, 2019

China Is Running Out of Options In Hong Kong
Vice, November 14, 2019

“Tear gas on one street and civilians walking on another.” In Hong Kong, the protests have exposed bitter divisions, even among friends and families
California Sunday Magazine, November 14, 2019

Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 00:41

15-year-old struck by projectile at Hong Kong protest on Wednesday in critical condition
Hong Kong Free Press, November 14, 2019

Hong Kong police confirm man in black died after falling from height in Kwai Chung
Hong Kong Free Press, November 14, 2019

【抗暴之戰】警催淚彈釋二噁英鐵證 立場匡哥生「氯痤瘡」(Stand News reporter diagnosed with incurable Chloracne after exposure to dioxins released by tear gas)
Apple Daily, November 14, 2019

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前線記者確診不治之症「氯痤瘡」,正視催淚彈毒害刻不容緩 (Frontline journalist diagnosed with Chloracne: Hong Kong government must promptly address harms of tear gas)
The News Lens, November 14, 2019

从避难所变成战场,暴力深入香港大学校园
Hong Kong Colleges Become Besieged Citadels as Police Close In
The New York Times, November 14, 2019

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Hong Kong court rejects CUHK injunction against police entry and crowd control weapon use without approval
Hong Kong Free Press, November 13, 2019

【警闖中大】謝振中指大學已變兵工廠 質疑段崇智未守承諾欠港人交代 警單日開逾千橡膠彈 (Police claim universities have become armories for rioters; say CUHK headmaster who was tear gassed owes Hong Kong an apology for breaking promise of ceasefire)
Stand News, November 13, 2019

Hong Kong’s Education Bureau slammed for delay in suspending classes amid chaos in the city
South China Morning Post, November 13, 2019

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CUHK announces premature end to semester as Hong Kong universities switch to online teaching
Hong Kong Free Press, November 13, 2019

內地在港交流生:被有關部門強行安排全部遣返 (Liaison Office sends mainland students home with transit tickets purchased in advance using personal information on file)
Stand News, November 14, 2019

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回家之路像在逃難:校園成戰場,教育部將協助返台學生「專案轉學」("Like evacuating from a catastrophe": As university campuses become battlegrounds, Taiwan exchange students bid temporary farewell)
The News Lens, November 14, 2019

民建聯約見特首 倡成立協調中心帶領全民參與止暴 (Pro-Beijing political party urges Carrie Lam to establish anti-violence coordination platform to "let citizens participate in clearing roadblocks")
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 14, 2019

Chaos in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests ‘blossom everywhere’
Agence France-Presse, November 13, 2019

Not clear why people are so angry: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 13, 2019

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 00:30

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

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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

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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

香港抗议者背后的志愿者大军
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

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 04:20

‘Wishful thinking’ to believe Hong Kong gov’t will yield to protesters’ demands, leader Carrie Lam says
Hong Kong Free Press, November 12, 2019

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林鄭月娥傍晚見記者 稱「暴徒係唔會得逞」 否認警隊失控 (Carrie Lam press conference: "Rioters will not win," denies police force is out of control)
Inmediahk.net, November 11, 2019

Hong Kong on edge as police fire tear gas at university campus
Reuters, November 12, 2019

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【11.11 三罷】警包圍多家大學 與學生對峙 向理大中大校園射催淚彈、橡膠彈 (Universities under siege as students defend campus from tear gas, rubber bullets)
Stand News, November 11, 2019

A Hong Kong Policeman Shot a Protester in the Stomach on Facebook Live
Vice, November 11, 2019

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「雙十一」示威記錄:示威延續至午夜,全日近百人送院,兩人危殆 (Full record of protests on Nov 11: 99 sent to hospital, over 100 arrested)
The Initium, November 11, 2019

Student shot and man set ablaze in one of the most violent days of Hong Kong anti-government unrest yet
South China Morning Post, November 12, 2019

【11.11三罷衝突】警鐵騎三度撞向葵芳堵路人群 被撞者:失意識15分鐘 謝振中:涉事警停前線工作 (Traffic police officer suspended from frontline work after driving motorcycle into crowd of protesters repeatedly; police spokesperson gives explanation that he was "trying to separate the crowd")
Ming Pao, November 11, 2019

Investigate shooting of protesters after ‘another low’ in police use of force
Amnesty International, November 11, 2019

中學生集會反警暴:發生呢啲事仲正常生活,良心過意唔去 (High school students rally against police violence: "I can't live with my conscience if I keep on living like normal after everything that happened")
Inmediahk.net, November 12, 2019

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稱市民「熱切想返工返學」 林鄭拒宣布停課:貿然停香港正常活動將中圈套 (Carrie Lam will not suspend city's schools: "Pausing Hong Kong's regular activities would be falling into protesters' trap")
Stand News, November 12, 2019

‘Grossly unprofessional’: Lawyers slam Hong Kong police for ‘privacy breach’ after woman accuses officers of gang rape
Hong Kong Free Press, November 12, 2019

The Date Hong Kong Protesters Can’t Escape: The year 2047 is a deadline that has come to symbolize the end of the territory’s way of life
The Atlantic, November 11, 2019

港民主议员遭捕 当局被指“火上浇油”
Hong Kong police detain seven pro-democracy lawmakers
Deutsche Welle, November 9, 2019

Hong Kong protesters clash with police after student dies
Deutsche Welle, November 8, 2019

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中環人臨時堵路ㅤ口號遞變:「香港人,加油!> 反抗!> 報仇!」(From "Hong Kongers, add oil" to "Hong Kongers, revenge": White collar workers block roads in Central at lunch hour to mourn death of student)
Stand News, November 8, 2019

香港各區民眾晚上悼念離世科大學生,演變堵路及警民衝突 (Hong Kongers mourn death of student who fell from car park, hold rallies in various districts; by nightfall, police clear commemorations with tear gas, protesters set up roadblocks)
Initium, November 8, 2019

港科大生冲突期间堕楼亡 警遭指阻救援 (Police accused of blocking ambulance after university student fell to death at protest scene)
Deutsche Welle, November 8, 2019

The Hong Kong protests are the most live-streamed protests ever
Quartz, November 11, 2019

Hong Kong police watchdog unequipped to probe protest response: experts
Agence France-Presse, November 10, 2019

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被批欠獨立調查權 監警會:專家組曾允不公布文件 對發帖公開感失望 (IPCC claims international panel promised not to disclose report on police investigation powers; expert Clifford Stott disappointed with lack of media coverage during press conference)
Stand News, November 10, 2019

As Hong Kong protests rage on, barristers hit back at Beijing’s comments on the city’s judiciary and its responsibilities
South China Morning Post, November 9, 2019

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 04:20
Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 22:08

Hong Kong student who suffered severe brain injury after car park fall has died
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

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Friends describe Hong Kong university student injured in car park fall as a polite and helpful introvert
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Suspect arrested in stabbing of Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho charged with attempted murder
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

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Attack on Junius Ho reclassified as attempted murder
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 8, 2019

建制派議員探何君堯 下午靜默遊行促政府確保區選安全 (Pro-establishment legislators march to Electoral Affairs Commission urging authorities to keep elections safe after Junius Ho stabbed)
Ming Pao, November 7, 2019

16-year-old convicted for carrying laser pointer, hiking pole and modified umbrella at Hong Kong protest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 8, 2019

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University of Hong Kong student jailed for six weeks for carrying retractable baton for self-defence
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong's Minorities Face Racism From Police and Protesters
Foreign Policy, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong government prohibits all dry goods - notably politically themed products - from Lunar New Year fairs in bid for public order
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

警記者會戴頭盔港台記者 將被調查有否違反公務員守則 (RTHK reporter who wore slogan during police press conference to be investigated for violating civil service regulations)
Stand News, November 7, 2019

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Hong Kong police send complaint letters to news outlets after reporters protest at press con
Hong Kong Free Press, November 7, 2019

記協聲明:警方致函投訴記者參與靜默行動,散播白色恐怖 (Hong Kong Journalists Association: Police complaint on journalists' silent protest is spreading white terror)
Inmediahk.net, November 7, 2019

Graduation ceremonies at two Hong Kong universities disrupted by masked students, with one event halted and the other delayed
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

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畢業生蒙面舉牌唱《願榮光》 中大腰斬畢業禮 (University students bring "Glory to Hong Kong" to graduation, ceremony axed)
Inmediahk.net, November 7, 2019

More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school students highly stressed, with nearly a quarter anxious about tense social climate, poll finds
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 00:58

【周梓樂墮樓】分析近十小時 CCTV 未見催淚彈或警追捕 惟盲點極多尚未釋疑 (Security footage released by Tseung Kwan O car park owner reveals no tear gas threat or police chase, yet doubts remain on why university student fell)
Stand News, November 7, 2019

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民間記者會發言人籲車主提供片段還原科大生墮樓真相 (Citizens urge car owners to provide camera footage to investigate why student fell in Tseung Kwan O car park)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 6, 2019

HKUST president Wei Shyy vows to condemn police violence if officers are proven to have violated tear gas rules around time his student fell and suffered severe brain injury
South China Morning Post, November 6, 2019

性罪行受害人報案信心劇降 促獨立調查及改善性侵取證程序 (Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women urges independent inquiry, improvement in evidence collection procedures for sexual violence cases, as victims' confidence in reporting plummets)
Inmediahk.net, November 6, 2019

右眼中槍印尼女記者擬法律追究 要求警方交出開槍警姓名被拒 (Indonesian journalist Veby Mega Indah plans private prosecution after losing right eye to police shooting, but says police refused her request for identity of police officer who fired bean bag round)
Stand News, November 6, 2019

China backs bolder action to counter roots of Hong Kong unrest: official
Reuters, November 6, 2019

Pop star Joey Yung Cho-yee apologises for ‘supporting’ Hong Kong protests
South China Morning Post, November 6, 2019

‘Ideas are bulletproof’ – Hong Kong riot police deploy water cannon to disperse protesters in Guy Fawkes masks
Hong Kong Free Press, November 6, 2019

Hong Kong: Will violence kill the pro-democracy movement?
Deutsche Welle, November 6, 2019

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 - 02:47

Pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho attacked in Tuen Mun
Hong Kong Free Press, November 6, 2019

Millions in Hong Kong Have Been Exposed to Tear Gas Since June
Bloomberg, November 6, 2019

醫護人員:周梓樂康復機會渺茫 「要搵出真相」("Grim hope for recovery" for student who suffered brain injury, says medical professional, stresses the need for truth about what happened)
Stand News, November 6, 2019

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墮樓受傷科大生危殆 市民製留言板表達支持 (University student remains in critical condition despite repeated surgery, citizens gather to pray, leave messages in support)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 5, 2019

科大生墮樓命危 警急辦記招稱難過 (Police hold urgent press conference to "express sadness" over student in critical condition after falling from car park in Tseung Kwan O, denies involvement of officers and obstructing ambulance)
Inmediahk.net, November 5, 2019

UK lawmakers call for BN(O) residency rights
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 6, 2019

China to 'perfect' HK system as water cannon breaks up Guy Fawkes protest
Reuters, November 5, 2019

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全民V煞日尖東集會 警水炮車驅散 多人被捕 (Police disperse Vendetta mask rally with water cannon on one-month anniversary of anti-mask law)
Inmediahk.net, November 5, 2019

China signals desire to bring Hong Kong under tighter control
The Guardian, November 5, 2019

Hong Kong Shue Yan University asks police to release all materials relating to student first-aider injured at protest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 5, 2019

Hong Kong official chides civil servants joining protests
Bloomberg, November 5, 2019

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顏武周宣布成立工會 冀保護公務員自由表達意見權利 (Civil servants form workers' union to protect rights, freedom of expression)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 4, 2019

多名報稱紀律部隊出席民間記者會 稱公僕恥與警隊為伍 (Members of disciplined forces condemn police violence in citizen press conference)
Stand News, November 4, 2019

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