Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

5 六一 2020
Reports from several different sources that passengers from HK traveling into the Mainland are having their mobile phones searched for photos/videos of HK protests as well as chat groups. (Latest example from a Facebook post below.)10 月 前
Reports from several different sources that passengers from HK traveling into the Mainland are having their mobile phones searched for photos/videos of HK protests as well as chat groups. (Latest example from a Facebook post below.)
Almost 400 HK govt Executive Officers co-signed the statement, condemning the police, and regretful to Carrie Lam and her cabinet. The signatories consist of >10% of all EO, in just a few hours
Protesters are applying for a rally permit this Friday afternoon at Hong Kong International Airport, named 和你飛 (fly with you), which sounds similar to 和理非 (peaceful, rational, non-violent) in Cantonese10 月 前
Protesters are applying for a rally permit this Friday afternoon at Hong Kong International Airport, named "和你飛" (fly with you), which sounds similar to "和理非" (peaceful, rational, non-violent) in Cantonese
Hong Kong government says a public pool, a theater, sports centers and other several public facilities in Yuen Long closed early today because of "public safety considerations"
HongKong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse hundreds of protesters who occupied a major road after the latest anti extraditionbill march10 月 前
HongKong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse hundreds of protesters who occupied a major road after the latest anti extraditionbill march
A video coming from the perpetrators of horrific violence at YuenLong MTR Station themselves, one said, even the riot police is ignoring us. There was an unlawful assembly of white shirt-clad thugs causing disturbances right there, but the policemen went the other way. HongKong10 月 前
A video coming from the perpetrators of horrific violence at YuenLong MTR Station themselves, one said, "even the riot police is ignoring us." There was an unlawful assembly of white shirt-clad thugs causing disturbances right there, but the policemen went the other way. HongKong
10 月 前
A journalist from StandNews got beaten up by pro-Beijing triad members in MTR. No police force was seen. Earlier, witnessing the brutal scene, resident dialled "911", yet she received response from police saying that "don't go on street if you afraid"
More footage the Triads in Yuen Long who attacked people suspected of being pro-democracy demonstrators - this time of a helpless man being beaten senseless whilst crouched. He's wearing black - associated with recent pro-democracy protests; likely why he was targeted10 月 前
More footage the Triads in Yuen Long who attacked people suspected of being pro-democracy demonstrators - this time of a helpless man being beaten senseless whilst crouched. He's wearing black - associated with recent pro-democracy protests; likely why he was targeted
The HK Govt has issued a statement: Describes scenes outside Liaison Office (initiated by police charging needlessly at *journalists*) as "outrageous, violent acts" Describes brutal beating of ordinary people by Triads as "confrontations"
Rubber bullets and tear gas fired against protesters in HongKong when chanting #FreeHongKong in today's peaceful march that counted with almost 400,000 people.
HongKong police fire rubber bullets at ExtraditionBill protesters in Sheung Wan
Extradition Bill protesters spray graffiti at Beijing's liaison office in Hong Kong
10 月 前
Self-governing democracy Taiwan is to consider granting asylum to protesters from semi-autonomous Hong Kong, President Tsai Ing-wen has said
10 月 前
President Tsai: "Hong Kong's experience under 'one country, two systems' has shown the world, once and for all, that authoritarianism and democracy cannot coexist"
Police starts assaulting protestors, shoppers and , journalists in Nee Town Plaza antiELAB ExtraditionBill10 月 前
Police starts assaulting protestors, shoppers and , journalists in Nee Town Plaza #antiELAB #ExtraditionBill
More confrontations in Shatin Plaza. Protesters threw sticks at officers, in the chaos, seems one journalist was hit by a police baton.10 月 前
More confrontations in Shatin Plaza. Protesters threw sticks at officers, in the chaos, seems one journalist was hit by a police baton.
Police suddenly charged near Sha Tin City Hall, and several protesters were held to the ground or detained. Remove your mask. Show your HKID.10 月 前
Police suddenly charged near Sha Tin City Hall, and several protesters were held to the ground or detained. "Remove your mask. Show your HKID."
10 月 前
MTR trains would not stop at Shatin station in light of the latest protests in new town plaza #antiELAB
Approximately 36 temporarily detained. Police said they will be taken away to police station later.10 月 前
Approximately 36 temporarily detained. Police said they will be taken away to police station later.
Chaotic scene inside Sha Tin New Town Plaza10 月 前
Chaotic scene inside Sha Tin New Town Plaza
A journalist from @AFP was injured due to police excessive force.
Hong Kong protest group vows new rallies, rejects city leader's comments
Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader Carrie Lam announces that a widely loathed proposal to allow extraditions to the Chinese mainland "is dead" - but she again stopped short of protester demands to immediately withdraw the bill
"There are still lingering doubts about the government's sincerity or worries (about) whether the government will restart the process with the Legislative Council. So I reiterate here, there is no such plan. The bill is dead," Carrie Lam says
China regarded the violent actions of some protesters in HongKongProtest as an "undisguised challenge" to the one country, two systems formula under which the city is ruled, state television reported on Tuesday.
HongKong Gov Press conference: In response to the question about resignation, Carrie Lam said: I've apologised for the insufficient work surrounding the Bill, there is much more work to be done.
At a 4am press conference, Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for Security John Lee and police chief Stephen Lo condemned Monday evening's occupation of Hong Kong's Legislative Council.
Police chief Stephen Lo said the withdrawal of police officers from LegCo prior to the evening occupation as a "temporary retreat" due to the environment and the tactics used by protesters.
[00:35 HKT] Police ready to enter Legco
Lawmaker Roy Kwong is covering protestors to leave from Admiralty Centre #AntiELAB
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