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Two months on and nearly 2,000 rounds of tear gas later, what do Hong Kong’s extradition bill protesters really want?
South China Morning Post, August 9, 2019

Pro-Beijing group lists its demands
The Standard, August 9, 2019

Hong Kong’s summer of rage now a war of attrition
Agence France-Presse, August 8, 2019

Hong Kong airport on alert ahead of fresh wave of protests
Reuters, August 9, 2019

Protesters plan to swarm Hong Kong’s airport, a symbol of efficiency
The New York Times, August 8, 2019

In Hong Kong, almost everyone, everywhere—including pets—is getting tear gassed
Quartz, August 9, 2019

警拒回應有否使用過期催淚彈 指武力實測無必要 (At press conference, police refuse to answer questions on use of expired tear gas), August 9, 2019

鄺葆賢等研記者吸催淚氣後症狀 逾 95 % 現久咳、咳血等呼吸系統症狀 728 比 612 清場嚴重 (Medical research reveals frontline journalists show increasingly severe symptoms after exposure to tear gas, despite improving gear)
Stand News, August 9, 2019

大律師石書銘批警濫權嚴重 指增保釋金額及條件製白色恐怖 (Increasingly harsh bail amount, conditions spread chilling effect among protesters, says barrister), August 9, 2019

The unlikely American target of China’s conspiracy theories on Hong Kong
The New York Times, August 8, 2019

US calls Beijing a “thuggish regime” for “harassing” American diplomat over Hong Kong meeting with Joshua Wong
South China Morning Post, August 9, 2019

【逃犯條例】視障人士中環默站 控訴政府漠視訴求 (Visually impaired citizens hold silent stand in Central, criticizing government for “turning a blind eye” to protesters’ demands)
HK01, August 8, 2019

Jailed Hong Kong democracy leader Benny Tai sent to solitary confinement over strike action
Hong Kong Free Press, August 8, 2019

Catholics march to call for cooling-off period amid Hong Kong’s political unrest
South China Morning Post, August 8, 2019

Hong Kong police release student leader, who goes straight to hospital
Radio Free Asia, August 8, 2019

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