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Pradeep Bhandari 14h
Hello , any Security Council meeting on ?
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Joshua Yakumangana Aug 16
This is not a humiliation session during the cultural revolution. This is how the Chinese Mainlanders verbally abused Hong Kong protesters tonight in Melbourne. Why do we need more hatred in the world in the name of Nationalism?
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Tom Grundy Aug 16
China's top news agency depicts protesters as cockroaches:
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Pawan Khera 17h
Dear , when will you meet to discuss ?
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Hong Kong Free Press 20h
Hundreds of teachers are gathered in a protest at Chater Garden, preparing to march to Government House - Carrie Lam's official residence - amid a thunderstorm. Photo: NowTV screenshot.
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Spirit Of Soul 8h
I think Sunday would be a good day to trend: Chinese are asking for it and we should give it to them in 'Desi style'!!!!!
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Joy Ming King 16h
At the To Kwa Wan march, an anarcho-syndicalist flag. A nice change from British colonial and US flags that get disproportionate media attention.
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CGTN 13h
As violent protests in drag the city into chaos and disrupt the normal life of residents, we have six questions for the rioters:
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Ninder Danodia 11h
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Not Left, Not Right, Forward Aug 16
Don't let Beijing's propoganda sour your perspective of protesters. This is the spirit of democracy. It is alive. It will NOT be silenced.
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Kerry Haines 18h
The moment the police opened the road to let the 1000s of teachers march on. They definitely underestimated the turnout 💪🏽
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Elizabeth Fortmeyer Aug 16
This is what happens when you allow the government to take your rights in the name of the ‘people’s best interest’
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James Cockerham Aug 16
Be the America thinks you are.
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Peter Burns Aug 16
Our generation is facing our West Berlin moment. How will we respond?
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TheJollyGamerJoe Aug 16
Convoy of APC's on their way to . I can see this escalating to Army vs Civilians. Maybe even to the point of Martial law. China won't fuck about. Stay safe people of Hong Kong.🇭🇰
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Er. Sachin Tiwari 5h
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Visard 12h
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Sylvia 13h
The government has not responded to the five demands proposed by the protesters. We are STILL FIGHTING for our FUTURE
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Hong Kong Free Press 16h
Hundreds of protesters gather at the football pitch at Hoi Sham Park despite the wet weather. The march is permitted to go on until 5:30pm and the planned destination is Whampoa MTR station. Photo: HKFP.
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Stephen McDonell 17h
Teachers marching through in support of their students engaging in pro-democracy activities.
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