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Hong Kong District Council election: Democrats take control of 17 out of 18 councils in landslide victory
Hong Kong Free Press, November 25, 2019

Hong Kong’s “referendum” has voted deafeningly for democracy—and against Beijing
Quartz, November 25, 2019

【建制覆沒】區選變公投 民主派贏近九成民選議席 控制十七區 總選票維持六四比 (Hong Kong District Council elections: Democrats take over 90% of seats, but total votes remain 6:4 ratio)
Stand News, November 25, 2019

警圍理大第八日 被困者:逾 30 人被困 有人驚恐、拒進食、失語言能力 斥警剝削投票權 (Over 30 still trapped in PolyU on eighth day of siege: Panic attacks, starvation, loss of speech)
Stand New, November 24, 2019

理大圍城近尾聲,但人道災難才剛開始:部分示威者拒絕進食、失去說話能力 (As PolyU siege draws to a close, a humanitarian crisis has just begun)
The News Lens, November 24, 2019

Hong Kong university siege: two men trapped on campus for more than a week slam police for ‘depriving them of right to vote’
South China Morning Post, November 24, 2019

Hong Kong project strives to improve mental health after study reveals one in 10 have suspected depression in city
South China Morning Post, November 25, 2019

藏鐳射筆少年被改控罪後獲判入更新中心 (15 year-old protester sentenced to rehabilitation centre for carrying laser pointer)
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 25, 2019

Hong Kong man, 43, arrested over photos of elite ‘Flying Tigers’ police squad in action near PolyU clash
South China Morning Post, November 23, 2019

Top judge Geoffrey Ma reasserts Hong Kong’s judicial autonomy after Beijing criticism
South China Morning Post, November 25, 2019

Hong Kong Court Reinstates Mask Ban Before Citywide Election
The New York Times, November 22, 2019

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