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China says NGO chief barred from entering Hong Kong is 'paying price' for inciting protests
Independent, January 14, 2020

Denial of Entry to Hong Kong? Our Call, Says Beijing
Human Rights Watch, January 13, 2020

恐襲、海嘯、疫潮:香港人的精神創傷禁忌 (Hong Kong's plague of psychological trauma)
Stand News, January 14, 2020

理大重開須拍卡進出 學生批如監獄、不敢於飯堂進食 ("Like a prison": Students criticize new electronic gates at PolyU entrance, stays away from canteen), January 13, 2020

Hong Kong protests: High Court test for warrants that let police search phones
South China Morning Post, January 13, 2020

鄧炳強周四赴中西區議會 回應警方執法質疑 議員網上徵集問題 (Commissioner of Police to attend District Council meeting for Q&A on enforcement actions, councillors gather questions online)
Stand News, January 13, 2020

Take ‘public interest’ into account on whether to bring cases to court, instead of just sufficient evidence, head of Hong Kong Bar Association says in speech
South China Morning Post, January 13, 2020

In Full: Hong Kong judiciary has set up ‘task force’ to deal with large number of protest-related trials, says top judge
Hong Kong Free Press, January 13, 2020

Beijing’s top official in Hong Kong pledges deeper integration with mainland China province Guangdong amid months of anti-government protests
South China Morning Post, January 13, 2020

【民間記者會】辦另類年宵 30東區黃店集合「和你宵」 消費贈印花換福袋 (Over 30 shops join protest-themed Chinese New Year markets)
Stand News, January 13, 2020

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