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【抗暴之戰】提供施襲者相片警仍稱無證據中止調查 鍾翰林:唔係hea查而係索性唔查 ("No evidence": Police drop investigations into attack on pro-independence student leader)
Apple Daily, January 13, 2020

Hong Kong Bars Human Rights Watch Head
Human Rights Watch, January 12, 2020

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Video: Hong Kong bars Human Rights Watch chief Kenneth Roth from city
Hong Kong Free Press, January 12, 2020

Hong Kong party Demosisto drops support for self-determination after Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow’s election bans
South China Morning Post, January 12, 2020

Democrat says pro-Beijing protesters are ‘repeating a lie’ that he was behind Yuen Long mob attack
Hong Kong Free Press, January 13, 2020

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珍惜群組等元朗遊行 「沒有林卓廷,沒有 721 」 稱當晚白衫人減輕警察工作量 (Pro-Beijing group rallies in Yuen Long, urges police to arrest Democratic Party legislator Lam Cheuk Ting for "inciting" rioters into Yuen Long to cause attacks on July 21)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 12, 2020

明報記者元朗採訪期間受襲 編輯部譴責野蠻行為 (Ming Pao journalist attacked while covering pro-Beijing protest in Yuen Long)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 12, 2020

逾 3 萬人參與「天下制裁集氣大會」集會 大批防暴警截查 帶走至少兩人 (Over 30,000 attend pre-march rally to call for international sanctions to push for universal suffrage; police harrass with stop-and-search, arrest two)
Stand News, January 12, 2020

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Hong Kong Protesters Rehearse for ‘Anti-Communist March’
Bloomberg, January 12, 2020

青年英領館外佈置文宣 警拘一少女 疑在領館範圍內執法 保守黨成員關注 (Teenager arrested for putting up posters outside British consulate, UK legislators concerned about law enforcement in consulate area)
Stand News, January 11, 2020

學界辯論賽辯「重組警隊」等政治議題 19 中學退賽 辯聯:教育局曾致電中學施壓 (19 secondary schools quit inter-school debate after phone calls from Education Bureau exerting pressure about "sensitive topic"; other schools who remain in competition asked to give up students' names)
Stand News, January 11, 2020

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A touchy subject: Hong Kong government accused of stifling debate in city by organisers of schools’ competition
South China Morning Post, January 11, 2020

Ex-UK consulate staffer previously detained in China cuts ties with Hong Kong family to avoid 'harassment'
The Telegraph, January 10, 2020

人道支援中醫組織「國難忠醫」負責人廣州被帶走 母親指音訊全無 (Chinese medicine doctor offering humanitarian aid during protests incommunicado since January 8, roommate says he is held under administrative detention in Guangzhou)
Stand News, January 10, 2020

Interviews: 'I Don't Think I Can Go Back to Hong Kong'
Radio Free Asia, January 10, 2020

《禁蒙面法》違憲律政司上訴 陳文敏:警無差別放催淚彈 參與和平遊行亦需防毒面具保護 (Indiscriminate use of tear gas means gas-masks are needed even in peaceful protests, argues Johannes Chan in Court hearing for anti-mask law appeal)
Stand News, January 10, 2020

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Hong Kong anti-mask law: ban on face coverings would deal blow to freedom of expression, lawyer argues
South China Morning Post, January 11, 2020

Hong Kong gov’t not required to set up new offence to criminalise human trafficking, top court rules
Hong Kong Free Press, January 10, 2020

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