Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

15 November 2019
A legal blunder by justice department has sparked a rare scene that saw a fleet of police wagons descending at a Hong Kong court, with heavily armed riot police stationed outside and entering the building to arrest defendants from the anti-government protests
Police canceled the press conference after 20 minutes because the reporters refused to remove their helmets bearing the words "investigate police brutality, stop police's lies."
325 people (247 male, 78 female, aged 14 to 54) were arrested on Friday and weekend. Saturday: 378 tear gas, 127 rubber bullets, 7 bean bag rounds, 22 sponge grenade. Sunday: 45 tear gas, 13 rubber bullets, 4 bean bag rounds, 1 sponge grenade
After cancelling the 4pm presser, HK police turned on FB live at 5.30pm to conduct their daily briefing.
HKUST SU says that they will not provide an update on the student injured in Tseung Kwan O last night at his family's request, and asked others not to share unverified information. The SU condemned police for allegedly obstructing an ambulance at the scene1 week ago
HKUST SU says that they will not provide an update on the student injured in Tseung Kwan O last night at his family's request, and asked others not to share unverified information. The SU condemned police for allegedly obstructing an ambulance at the scene
Richard Chan,a third candidate arrested, will be charged too - just that he is still in hospital. Hong Kong pro-democracy District Council election candidates charged with unlawful assembly and obstructing police
1 week ago
The HKUST student allegedly fell suffers from internal bleeding in the head, and is still unconscious, per two sources. His condition is "unstable" and will need 2nd operation
1 week ago
A total of 17 people were admitted to hospital as of 9am on Monday morning. Besides the two who are in critical condition, two were in serious condition and a further eight are stable
0744, RTHK: a knife attack left 5 injured in Taikoo Shing last night; 2 males are in critical condition; at least 3 were arrested.
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02:10: injured in Tseung Kwan O - 1 FA got shot, 1 senior fell and unconscious, 1 young male fell from 3/F when running away from police. He is also unconscious.
A man was arrested forcefully by HKpolice in TseungKwanO residential area at midnight.1 week ago
A man was arrested forcefully by HKpolice in #TseungKwanO residential area at midnight.
Tear gas is fired after some residents throw objects from their balconies at police in Tseung Kwan O.  Photo: iCable screenshot.1 week ago
Tear gas is fired after some residents throw objects from their balconies at police in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: iCable screenshot.
Riot police fired tear gas in Tai Koo before boarding their vehicles to leave at 10pm. Photo: Stand News. #hongkong
A student journalist from Baptist Univeristy is arrested in Cityplaza. Editorial board of the school's student union condemned police's move and said it's an assault on press freedom
And riot police officers are also inside Taikoo's Cityplaza shopping mall
How riot police in Tuen Mun got rough on an old man on wheelchair because he loudly scolded them for scaring people and demanded them to remove their masks. Police said their right to wear mask was protected by laws1 week ago
How riot police in Tuen Mun got rough on an old man on wheelchair because he loudly scolded them for scaring people and demanded them to remove their masks. Police said their right to wear mask was protected by laws
1 week ago
Anti-riot police entered Tai Po Plaza
Shatin New Town Plaza.  HKPolice has left the building, and so everybody goes back to their peaceful rally.1 week ago
Shatin New Town Plaza. HKPolice has left the building, and so everybody goes back to their peaceful rally.
Hundreds are also gathered inside Tai Koo's Cityplaza on Sunday, chanting "death to black policemen and their families" and "good boys don't become policemen, policemen are assholes", amid other anti-police slogans. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
The luxury Cityplaza mall in the Tai Koo neighborhood is also chock full of protesters, shouting slogans. (5:20pm; Stand News livestream)
New Town Plaza in Sha Tin: Objects are threw at riot police, including a shoe and plastic bottle. It does remind one of the clash in July 14 in the same shopping mall1 week ago
New Town Plaza in Sha Tin: Objects are threw at riot police, including a shoe and plastic bottle. It does remind one of the clash in July 14 in the same shopping mall
At around 4:15pm, riot police stormed into Shatin's New Town Plaza and made arrests.  Photo: RTHK screenshot.1 week ago
At around 4:15pm, riot police stormed into Shatin's New Town Plaza and made arrests. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
Riot police are patrolling Tuen Mun on Sunday afternoon.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 week ago
Riot police are patrolling Tuen Mun on Sunday afternoon. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
MongKok could still be bustling at 3:30am. And young protesters are not the only ones enjoying the nightlife. One walked past these elderlies and said, they're the craziest. Can play chess and not sleep. A lot of random civilians just hanging out on the streets as well1 week ago
MongKok could still be bustling at 3:30am. And young protesters are not the only ones enjoying the nightlife. One walked past these elderlies and said, "they're the craziest. Can play chess and not sleep." A lot of random civilians just hanging out on the streets as well
1 week ago
02:47 Riot police fired more teargas along Nathan Road in Mong Kok and peppersprayed surrounding press
Democratic district counsilor candidate Richard Chan 陳振哲 was brutally arrested on Nov 2 during a peaceful election campaign assembly "I can't breathe." he said while being pressed on ground by HKPolice, with white foam at mouth
Tear gas fired while basically some cars and media left in Mong Kok1 week ago
Tear gas fired while basically some cars and media left in Mong Kok
A SCMP photographer was hit by two pepperballs. One was fortunately blocked by an item in his pocket, another hit him in the knee. While first aiders tend to him, police continue to fire teargas into Sai Yeung Choi Street in MongKok1 week ago
A SCMP photographer was hit by two pepperballs. One was fortunately blocked by an item in his pocket, another hit him in the knee. While first aiders tend to him, police continue to fire teargas into Sai Yeung Choi Street in MongKok
A woman approaching police cordon is sprayed right in the face1 week ago
A woman approaching police cordon is sprayed right in the face
Police have arrested five in a raid on a Wan Chai flat, and found 188 finished and half-completed petrol bombs, among other offensive weapons.
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