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Hong Kong (香港)

Video: Hong Kong police make bloody arrest, assisted by officers suspected to be undercover as protesters
Hong Kong Free Press, August 12, 2019

銅鑼灣有穿黑衣男子協助警方拘捕示威者 警方暫未回覆 (Police disguised as protesters arrest bloodied protesters, refuse to show identification when questioned by journalists)
TVB News, August 11, 2019

Hong Kong protests: Men disguised as demonstrators help police make arrests
Independent, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong protests: brutal undercover police tactics spark outcry
The Guardian, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong police unveil water cannon trucks after new protests
Agence France-Presse, August 12, 2019

市民號召「警察還眼」集會 籲塞爆機場為女傷者「討回雙眼」(“An eye for an eye”: Hong Kongers to occupy airport after female protester was shot in eye by bean bag rounds)
Stand News, August 12, 2019

Protesters call for mass Hong Kong airport demonstration after woman shot in eye during extradition bill unrest in Tsim Sha Tsui
South China Morning Post, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong airport cancels Monday flights amid sit-in protest
Al Jazeera, August 12, 2019

Closure of Hong Kong airport shines fresh light on protest movement
The Guardian, August 12, 2019

How a fourth day of protests at Hong Kong's airport crippled flights
South China Morning Post, August 12, 2019

港警強力清場致血腥場面:胡椒球槍掃射示威者,港鐵內發射催淚彈,女示威者右眼中布袋彈重傷 (Timeline of forceful dispersal resulting in bloodshed: Tear gas, pepper ball and rubber bullets in MTR stations; protester has eye ruptured by bean bag rounds)
The Initium, August 11, 2019

Hong Kong police shoot projectiles at close range in Tai Koo, as protester suffers ruptured eye in TST
Hong Kong Free Press, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong: Police should exercise restraint to avoid escalating violence
Amnesty International, August 12, 2019

香港警民衝突燒進地鐵站:港警於葵芳、太古地鐵站內射催淚彈、濃煙瀰漫 (Tear gas and rubber bullets in MTR stations in Kwai Fong and Tai Koo as riot-squad chase protesters)
The News Lens, August 12, 2019

Police fire teargas into Hong Kong subway station – video
The Guardian, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong convulsed by protest as police fire tear gas into subway
The New York Times, August 11, 2019

荃灣二陂坊衝突 防暴警搜車未拘白衣人 (White-shirted gangs attack again in Tsuen Wan, no arrests made as police leave the scene to search citizens’ vehicles for protest gear)
Ming Pao, August 12, 2019

【8.12】東區醫院逾 200 醫護 戴頭盔、右眼裹紗布集會 抗議警察暴力 (Doctors and nurses rally in hospital wearing helmets and eyepatches to protest police violence)
Stand News, August 12, 2019

一群盼望守護香港的醫療人員:將無限期罷工 (Group of medical professionals calls for indefinite strike in response to police brutality), August 12, 2019

【8.11 被捕者】多人遭移送文錦渡新屋嶺扣留 律師投訴被阻晤當事人 警方掛斷電話 (Lawyers denied meeting with arrested protesters for several hours, police hang up phone when lawyers demand meeting with duty officer)
Stand News, August 12, 2019

國泰內部電郵 警告員工不得支持或參與機場「違法示威」 否則或被解僱 (Cathay Pacific issues internal staff email warning support or participation in “illegal protests” could cause dismissal)
Stand News, August 12, 2019

Cathay Pacific to comply with China’s “safety” rules over Hong Kong protests
Agence France-Presse, August 11, 2019

Cathay Pacific, icon of Hong Kong’s rise, now reflects China’s grip
The New York Times, August 11, 2019

Cathay Pacific shares slump after China cracks down on staff protests
Reuters, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong protesters increasingly sympathise with radical action, survey finds, after months of anti-government unrest
South China Morning Post, August 12, 2019

Young, educated and middle class: first field study of Hong Kong protesters reveals demographic trends
South China Morning Post, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong protests take toll on city’s tourism workers as earnings slump 74 per cent on average over past two months
South China Morning Post, August 12, 2019

【多圖】機場萬人集會 市民辦展覽展抗爭文宣 (Protesters holds weekend-long rally in Hong Kong International Airport to urge solidarity from foreigners)
Stand News, August 11, 2019

Hong Kong protesters turn airport into art workshop
Al Jazeera, August 10, 2019

“P is for protest”: Hong Kong families take to the streets in pro-democracy rally
Agence France-Presse, August 10, 2019

Hong Kong Chief Executive rules out concessions to pro-democracy demonstrators
RFI, August 9, 2019

Beijing’s loyalists from Fujian province vow to beat up anti-extradition protesters in Hong Kong
Global Voices, August 9, 2019

Hong Kong delegation invited by UK to attend arms fair in London
The Guardian, August 9, 2019

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