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逾 3,700 國際知名學者聯署 譴責香港警暴 促大學拒警進入校園 (Over 3,700 intellectuals in global academy community sign joint-petition condemning police violence in Hong Kong, urges universities to deny police entry to campus)
Stand News, November 27, 2019

Renowned Academics Among Over 3,700 Supporting The ‘Petition by Global Academics Against Police Brutality in Hong Kong’
Hong Kong Watch, November 26, 2019

少女 X 報稱警署內被強姦 警未獲同意索醫療報告 法院昨撤銷搜查令 (Protester who filed complaint for rape during detention wins court application to revoke search warrant that allowed police to obtain her medical records and clinic surveillance footage after complaint was filed)
Stand News, November 27, 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

【DQ 公務員?】羅智光:已著手研究令公務員宣誓擁護基本法 (HKSAR government studying how to expand requirement to swear oath to uphold Basic Law to all civil servants)
Stand News, November 27, 2019

Hong Kong protesters return to city streets to keep pressure on government and show support for radicals at Polytechnic University
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2019

Hong Kong activist jailed for 46 months for rioting during 2016 Mong Kok unrest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

香港当选区议员黄国桐被拒入境澳门 (Newly elected district council candidate denied entry to Macau on national security grounds)
Radio Free Asia, November 26, 2019

香港红隧恢复通车 理大继续搜索被困人士 (Cross-harbor tunnel reopens, PolyU staff urges police to retreat)
Deutsche Welle, November 27, 2019

Hong Kong university siege: staff say almost all protesters have gone
The Guardian, November 26, 2019

HKFP Lens: Hong Kong’s devastated Poly U campus becomes a safety hazard a week after brutal protest battles
Hong Kong Free Press, November 26, 2019

Officials withdraw HK$250 million in funding requests for two universities after disquiet at lack of control over campuses voiced by pro-government lawmakers
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2019

In Hong Kong elections, the message is clear. The next step may not be.
Christian Science Monitor, November 25, 2019

Hong Kong's Lam appeals for calm but offers no concessions after election drubbing
Reuters, November 25, 2019

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

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