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眾志稱副主席鄭家朗遭3男揮拳打眼 (Demosisto member ambushed by attackers outside his home)
Ming Pao, September 3, 2019

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Hong Kong lawmakers Jeremy Tam and Au Nok-hin arrested, as police continue round-up of democrats
Hong Kong Free Press, August 30, 2019

Hong Kong: Immediately release four pro-democracy activists
FIDH, August 30, 2019

【睇片】大埔何郭佩珍中學學生罷課 警員到場撲倒學生 學生受傷送院 (Students assaulted by police outside school as class boycott enters second day)
Stand News, September 3, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: defiant university students, school pupils and residents go on strike, piling pressure on government to meet demands
South China Morning Post, September 3, 2019

Hong Kong leader says she would “quit” if she could, fears her ability to resolve crisis now “very limited”
Reuters, September 2, 2019

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Amid crisis, China rejected Hong Kong plan to appease protesters - sources
Reuters, August 30, 2019

Hong Kong court overturns gov’t decision to ban activist Agnes Chow from election
Hong Kong Free Press, September 2, 2019

Head of local prosecutors’ group urges Hong Kong justice minister Teresa Cheng to advise police about “reliability and honesty,” leaked email shows
South China Morning Post, September 2, 2019

香港反送中运动以来警方共拘捕1117人 (Police say total of 1,117 arrested over anti-extradition protests since June)
Radio France Internationale, September 2, 2019

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“A catastrophe”: Hong Kong police say 159 arrested during weekend chaos, 16 charged with rioting
Hong Kong Free Press, September 2, 2019

社總理事執行社工職務時被控暴動罪 保釋後呼籲各界關注被捕者權利 (Social worker mediating between police and protesters at front line arrested and charged with rioting)
Inmediahk.net, September, 2019

9.1機場示威:機場交通受阻;示威者破壞東涌港鐵站;警方圍捕,數百人徒步數小時離開東涌,有車主徹夜義載 (Timeline of September 1 protests at airport: Traffic disrupted, MTR station vandalized, island closed off)
Initium, September 1, 2019

一群在港國際人道主義組織工作者聯合聲明:香港有機會陷入前所未見的人道危機 (Joint statement: Hong Kong is in an unprecedented humanitarian crisis)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

Hong Kong protests: riot police storm metro station with batons
The Guardian, September 1, 2019

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【831】醫管局:41 人受傷送院 5 男傷者情況嚴重 (41 hospitalized on August 31, five in severe condition)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

【8.31太子站棍毆乘客】警:拘 63人 最年輕 13 歲 搜出兩支汽油彈 (63 arrested in Prince Edward station operation, says police among criticisms of abuse)
Stand News, September 1, 2019

On the frontlines: the Hong Kong public hospital doctors making a stand against police violence
Hong Kong Free Press, August 28, 2019

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

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