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法改會倡以「未經同意插入」取締「強姦」 涵蓋肛交、口交 新罪行防誘識兒童 (Law Reform Commission suggest replacing "rape" with "non-consensual penetration" in proposed reforms to expand scope and address stigma)
Stand News, December 5, 2019

工聯會轟勞工處針對催淚煙 處方疑受壓叫停職安指引 (Labour Department pressured by pro-Beijing party to pause release of safety guidelines in response to widespread tear gas toxins)
Inmediahk.net, December 4, 2019

Hong Kong health chief says no big increase in harmful pollution, despite release of 10,000 tear gas rounds
Hong Kong Free Press, December 5, 2019

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烧烤毒素高于催泪弹?港官再拒公开催泪弹成分 (Hong Kong authorities once again refuse to disclose tear gas ingredients, says barbeque releases more toxins)
Radio Free Asia, December 4, 2019

Officer sitting on arrested student’s head was using minimum necessary force, say Hong Kong police
Hong Kong Free Press, December 4, 2019

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Photograph of Hong Kong policewoman sitting on 14-year-old who was resisting arrest goes viral
South China Morning Post, December 4, 2019

Pan-democrats launch bid in legislature to remove Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam from office
South China Morning Post, December 4, 2019

‘Freedom of speech is in the present tense’: Protests send Hongkongers to Taiwan in search of new lives
Hong Kong Free Press, December 4, 2019

【訪問】任職交銀 14 年被迫離職 羅家聰:連觀點都想控制,咩都唔講得,點做嘢?(Analyst pressured to resign from bank says Chinese funded enterprises don't like Hong Konger representing them anymore)
Stand News, December 5, 2019

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Chinese bank accused of forcing Hong Kong employee to quit over protests
Financial Times, December 3, 2019

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