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Hong Kong advertising sector workers rally to kick-start five-day strike
Hong Kong Free Press, December 3, 2019

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1,500名廣告人牽頭罷工五日:廣告界從今不會缺席 ("We will not be absent": 1,500 advertising industry workers strike for five days this week)
Inmediahk.net, December 3, 2019

【再爆警謊】消防紀錄揭11.18人叠人66傷 警拖逾2小時才分流 逾半先送警署 (Leaked Fire Services Department record shows 66 injured in stampede on November 18 while police deny incident happened; officers delayed medical attention for 2.5 hours and then requested half of injured to be sent to police station before hospital)
Apple Daily, December 3, 2019

Hongkongers make BN(O) passports an election issue for British foreign secretary Dominic Raab
South China Morning Post, December 2, 2019

Hong Kong protests: opposition lawmakers Eddie Chu and Au Nok-hin launch bid to reform ‘draconian and out of date’ Public Order Ordinance
South China Morning Post, December 2, 2019

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公安條例暴動罪不符公義(文:區諾軒)(Public Order Ordinance and rioting crime is unjust)
Ming Pao, December 3, 2019

Indonesian woman who covered Hong Kong protests as a citizen journalist deported over visa issue
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

Funeral home denies it refused services for family of Hong Kong student who died following fall near protest
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Indonesian journalist who lost her eye while covering action in Wan Chai keen to pursue case against police
Hong Kong Free Press, December 2, 2019

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