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Where the Hong Kong protests stand after 100 days: rubber bullets, petrol bombs, and 5 demands
Vice News, September 17, 2019

五大诉求之“双普选”:香港与北京难以弥合的鸿沟 (Dual universal suffrage: The unbridgeable divide between Hong Kong and Beijing)
BBC, September 17, 2019

林鄭月娥下周落區對話 續拒回應五大訴求 (Remaining demands are “contrary to core values of Hong Kong,” says Carrie Lam as she prepares to hold public forum in local communities)
Inmediahk.net, September 17, 2019

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Hong Kong protests: “Dialogue Office” launched to help city’s leader Carrie Lam resolve crisis
South China Morning Post, September 17, 2019

警被轟雙重標準 林鄭:警隊執法一視同仁 有對話平台不代表不需嚴正執法 (“Dialogue does not mean strict law enforcement will stop”: Carrie Lam stresses government’s first priority is to end violence)
Stand News, September 17, 2019

Hong Kong protests: government fails to find PR firm to rescue battered image
The Guardian, September 17, 2019

Police union calls for use of live ammunition amid growing violence in Hong Kong
Radio Free Asia, September 16, 2019

《環時》社評:中央支持警隊依靠愛國愛港群眾控制局面 (Global Times commentary praises Hong Kong police in relying on “patriotic groups” to control situation in Hong Kong)
Stand news, September 16, 2019

警週五到週日共拘 89 人 反送中至今拘 1453 人 強調執法無雙重標準 (89 arrested in three days, 1,453 arrests since protests began)
Stand News, September 16, 2019

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