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Yuen Long mob attack victims file civil suit against Hong Kong police chief over ‘failure to protect residents’
Hong Kong Free Press, January 21, 2020

7.21元朗恐襲半年 八傷者入稟控鄧炳強失職 哭訴患創傷後遺 (On half-year anniversary, victims of 7.21 Yuen Long attacks raise lawsuit against Commissioner of Police David Tang), January 21, 2020

Hong Kong’s Lunar New Year fairs exhibit protest-themed goods
Agence France-Presse, January 21, 2020

Gov’t hygiene officer kicks pro-democracy party out of Hong Kong’s New Year fair for breaching ban on politics
Hong Kong Free Press, January 20, 2020

Hong Kong by-elections for seats vacated in wake of candidate ban row ‘will not be held’ ahead of Legislative Council 2020 polls
South China Morning Post, January 21, 2020

張建宗指將營造氣氛推行23條立法:極之有憲制責任 ("Counstitutional duty": Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung say government to "creat atmosphere" to push for art.23 legislation)
Economic Digest, January 21, 2020

Citing President Xi Jinping, Beijing’s Hong Kong envoy Luo Huining says lack of national security law allows ‘sabotage’
South China Morning Post, January 20, 2020

不足四成中文科教師有信心教非華語生 平機會促教局增津貼、設專責教師 (Equal Opportunities Commission urges more government funding to aid schools in teaching Chinese to ethnic minority students), January 21, 2020

Hong Kong police arrest rally organiser accusing him of failing to maintain order
Hong Kong Free Press, January 20, 2020

Police Arrest Protest Organizer For 'Obstruction' After He Calls on Crowd to Leave
Radio Free Asia, January 20, 2020

Police under fire for displaying journalist’s Hong Kong ID card during live stream again
Hong Kong Free Press, January 20, 2020

記協促請警方停止以謊言掩飾前線警員濫暴行為 (Hong Kong Journalists Association calls on police to stop using lies to cover up abusive force by frontline officers)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 20, 2020

Hong Kong protests: ex-lawmaker Au Nok-hin accused of damaging police officer’s hearing during Yau Ma Tei stand-off
South China Morning Post, January 20, 2020

Hong Kong police chief tried to ‘publicly discredit’ woman accusing officers of gang rape – lawyers
Hong Kong Free Press, January 20, 2020

Simon Cheng: Hongkonger who was held in mainland China optimistic he can stay in Britain
South China Morning Post, January 20, 2020

民權觀察發表6.12調查報告 轟警光天化日狂毆市民零刑責 (Civil Rights Observer releases investigative report on June 12, condemns police violence with utter lack of accountability), January 19, 2020

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