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Rally ban review quashed
the Standard, October 24, 2019

Hong Kong police groups slam university head for publishing arrested students' 'unverified accusations' of mistreatment
Hong Kong Free Press, October 24, 2019

China foreign ministry says report on plans to replace Hong Kong leader Lam a political rumour
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

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Hong Kong protesters warn replacing Carrie Lam may not be enough
Financial Times, October 23, 2019

【陳同佳案】陸委會:陳同佳不可「自由行模式」赴台 設單一窗口處理 (Taiwan says murder suspect Chan Tong-kai cannot enter Taiwan as tourist, sets up specific taskforce to handle handle his "surrender" when he arrives)
Ming Pao, October 23, 2019

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Taiwan officers can accompany murder suspect Chan Tong-kai from Hong Kong to island - as long as he agrees and they don't use legal power in city, experts say
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

Why a dispute over a Hong Kong murder suspect is giving Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen an election edge
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

【陳同佳案】管浩鳴:陳同佳今明不啟程赴台 籲各方勿將他視作政治籌碼 (Reverend canon who convinced murder suspect to surrender says Chan Tong-kai will not fly to Taiwan yet, urges not to treat him as "political bargaining chip")
Ming Pao, October 23, 2019

Hong Kong's domestic workers feel caught between both sides in information war
The Washington Post, October 23, 2019

王國興、周融等組關注組 質疑放港獨分子入閘 香港等同緊急狀態 區選難言公正 (Pro-Beijing group questions authorities for allowing candidates who chanted protest slogans to run for election, says elections cannot be fair when Hong Kong is under state equivalanet to emergency)
Stand news, October 23, 2019

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《大公報》轟朱凱廸港獨份子 促港府重啟確認區選資格程序 (Beijing mouthpiece Ta Kung Pao blasts Eddie Chu as pro-independence camp, urges authorities to restart qualification procedures after returning officer confirms his eligibiity to run for district elections)
Stand News, October 23, 2019

Hong Kong police have 'unwavering support', Beijing says after remark by city's leader Carrie Lam
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

Injuction to shield Hong Kong voter register from public to prevent doxxing to remain through district council elections - as police group pleas to make it permanent
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

Students vandalise Singapore lecturer's office at City University of Hong Kong over his 'political agendas' warning
South China Morning Post, October 23, 2019

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