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Hong Kong Free Press 13h
Protesters are also planning to march in various MTR-owned malls in on Sunday. They will call on shoppers not to spend money on the rail and real estate operator, accused of hindering protests and helping police. File photo: InMedia.
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Amnesty International Hong Kong Sep 19
The evidence leaves little room for doubt – in an apparent thirst for retaliation 📢📢📢FULL INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION
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Hong Kong Free Press 4h
At Prince Edward, police are shooting pepper spray from inside Mong Kok Police Station towards a crowd that gathered to heckle them on Sunday night. Full story: Photo: RTHK screenshot.
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Kyle Bass Sep 13
Pansy Ho has daddy’s money and does Beijing’s bidding while supporting the criminal Thugs who run wild in THEIR casinos. The linkage is so deep that the NJ Casino Commission had to force MGM to sell.
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Heiky Kwan 12h
Earlier today: the in Vancouver. Canadians are standing with Hong Kong's fight against the erosion of their freedom.
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Tom Grundy 5h
Opinion: "The CCTV footage should be released immediately and legal reform implemented so that such a devastating erosion of public trust in government agencies and public bodies does not occur again," writes Vincent Wong.
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 21
Replying to @tictoc
Riot police have their weapons out at about 4pm local time in Hong Kong's Tuen Mun district
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Kyle Bass Sep 16
Moody's downgrades Hong Kong outlook to negative as protests go on - the ccp has forever ruined Hong Kong by xi stupidly killing his golden goose. Once trust In leadership and the police are gone...all is lost.
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 18
⛑️ "People in my generation can't not come out." Meet 24-year-old Michael, a first aider supporting Hong Kong protesters with a worried mom at home
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Hong Kong Free Press 12h
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An ensemble plays protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong in Shatin's New Town Plaza at noon on Sunday. In full: . Photo: Stand News screenshot.
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 20
Hongkongers' dialogue with Carrie Lam? You say what you want, and I'll tell you you can’t have it
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Lok. Sep 20
Govt supporters: "If you have nothing to hide don't wear a mask" Also govt supporters:
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눈부셔라! 5h
Actor Kim Eui Sung expressed his support for the movement in HONG KONG by showing up personally to the protests on September 15. « I came to HK to experience the true side of the protests and understand the thoughts of the citizens. The protests were very peaceful. »
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 21
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Lawmaker Kwok Ka Ki: "Where is your ID?" Riot police: "This is not the Legislative Council."
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 20
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Lawyer Duncan Ho told Apple Daily earlier that destroying Lennon Walls could constitute criminal damage, if someone claims ownership of the messages and items. Full story:
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Sep 18
Yuli Riswati is a 39-year-old domestic helper who has been giving up her rest day on Sundays to document the movement for a Bahasa Indonesia media outlet called Migran Pos Established in March this year, Migran Pos now has almost 12,000 FB likes
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🇭🇰Be the Light of the World🇺🇸 4h
Translate a meme of HK police. that spread HK situation. FYR: too much police brutality in these 100 days movement and none of the police are charged or punished for a little bit.
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W. B. Yeats 11h
My take: did it Here's a video clip from 7/6/2019, when the police staged a Molotov attack before the very first protest. 1. Police van slowed down at green traffic light 2. Police light switched on before the throw 3. No chase no arrest
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Hong Kong Free Press 16h
Explainer: 'The Communist Party's Railway'—How Hong Kong's once-respected MTR fell afoul of protesters
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yemsss 18h
Yesterday in Yuen Long, the police arrested a protester and tried to take him to an alley. Mr Chan, a 73-year-old activist, other activists and journalists were trying to stop the police. A police officer fired pepper spray at Mr Chan.
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