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【元旦大圍捕】首批被捕者獲保釋:路經遭圍捕 被要求換灰衫褲 大部分人未見律師 (Arrested protesters forced to switch into grey uniforms and slippers when released from police station, delayed access to lawyers)
Stand News, January 3, 2020

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【元旦大圍捕】公安條例容許警方定義「暴動」 監警會國際專家小組成員斥違《基本法》(International expert who withdrew from IPCC investigation criticizes kettling-arrest tactic in new years march, says current law allowing police to define "riot" violates rights protected under Basic Law)
Stand News, January 3, 2020

學者不排除當局透過大圍捕迫使和理非人士與勇武派割席 (Scholar says mass arrests might be police's tactic to cause rift between peaceful and radical protesters)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 2, 2020

Officer removed lawmaker’s goggles to pepper spray him as he displayed ‘passive resistance,’ Hong Kong police say
Hong Kong Free Press, January 2, 2020

新公務員工會批警方終止遊行 政府發稿:公務員不應批評執法行動 如違守則將嚴肅處理 (Civil servants union criticizes early termination of peaceful march, while government warns it to stay silent or face consequences)
Stand News, January 3, 2020

Hong Kong teachers' union is one inciting 'white terror' not us, says Education Bureau
South China Morning Post, January 3, 2020

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立法會教育事務委員會通過成立小組研究學校教材 (Legco education committee to establish working group to review teaching materials in schools)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 3, 2020

Hong Kong protests: civil rights group accuses police of breaking international law after three observers are arrested
South China Morning Post, January 2, 2020

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強烈譴責警方阻撓和拘捕三名人權觀察員 (Civil Rights Observer condemns police for obstructing and arresting three human rights observers)
Stand News, January 2, 2020

Teacher seeks evidence to sue Hong Kong’s top cop after being partially blinded by police projectile
Hong Kong Free Press, January 3, 2020

Hong Kong district councillors kick off new term with pledge to pursue protesters' demands amid anti-government movement
South China Morning Post, January 2, 2020

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