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民陣 9.15 集會遊行 警方發反對通知書 (Police once again ban Civil Human Rights Front march)
Stand News, September 12, 2019

港鐵宣佈中秋夜平常時間關站 不提供通宵服務 (MTR announces no overnight service on Mid-Autumn Festival)
Stand News, September 12, 2019

Govt weighing up using emergency law: Teresa ChengRadio Television Hong Kong, September 11, 2019

毛孟靜踢爆消防處8.31晚一小時三改傷者人數 (Legislator Claudia Mo obtains internal records of Fire Services Department showing number of casualties at Prince Edward Station on Aug. 31 were revised three times; urges official explanation and for MTR to release complete surveillance footage)
Inmediahk.net, September 11, 2019

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【最新update】8.31太子消防指揮官疑擅改傷者人數 有被捕者稱點算前一昏迷男遭帶走 (Internal records from Aug. 31 reveal multiple revisions of number of casualties at Prince Edward Station, renewing suspicion over three unaccounted-for casualties)
Stand News, September 11, 2019

催淚彈殘留社區可達21日 化學工程師促警方「源頭減廢」(Chemical engineers publish report showing toxins from tear gas can remain in communities up to three weeks, urging police to cease using expired tear gas and refrain from firing it in dense areas)
Inmediahk.net, September 11, 2019

A Hong Kong-London stock exchange bid ties 2 cities in turmoil
The New York Times, September 11, 2019

Hong Kong protesters pause to mark Sept. 11
Reuters, September 11, 2019

Hong Kong police are now routinely insulting the city’s people as “cockroaches”
Quartz, September 10, 2019

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