Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

22 September 2020
Journalists and citizens coughed and sneezed after police deployed the pepperball gun on Shantung Street in Mong Kok.  Police have raised the blue banner to warn against unlawful assembly2 week ago
Journalists and citizens coughed and sneezed after police deployed the pepperball gun on Shantung Street in Mong Kok. Police have raised the blue banner to warn against unlawful assembly
One man was arrested on suspicion of behaving in a disorderly manner in a public space, & another man was detained for alleged posession of a poison.  A woman was arrested on suspicion of violating the national security law, assaulting police & obstructing officers2 week ago
One man was arrested on suspicion of behaving in a disorderly manner in a public space, & another man was detained for alleged posession of a poison. A woman was arrested on suspicion of violating the national security law, assaulting police & obstructing officers
According to police on Facebook, as of 3.30 pm, at least 30 people have been arrested for allegedly taking part in an unlawful assembly in the Yau Tsim Mong district2 week ago
According to police on Facebook, as of 3.30 pm, at least 30 people have been arrested for allegedly taking part in an unlawful assembly in the Yau Tsim Mong district
Hong Kong police sets up roadblock by blocking several lanes of traffic at cross harbour tunnel, all to stop a call to rally by netizens
Today's the day HK's election was scheduled for before being postponed by at least a year, and a rally is due to kick off in Kowloon to protest the move.   Thousands of police are patrolling the area. My bus across the harbour was boarded by officers who searched everyone's bags2 week ago
Today's the day HK's election was scheduled for before being postponed by at least a year, and a rally is due to kick off in Kowloon to protest the move. Thousands of police are patrolling the area. My bus across the harbour was boarded by officers who searched everyone's bags
HongKongpolice's national security law people today arrested democracy activist TAM Tak-Chi, NOT using THE law but a charge of expressing inciteful words in street and online incl Facebook, prompting  CONTEMPT FOR THE GOVERNMENT   HongKong FreeSpeech zilch . Pic, AppleDaily2 week ago
#HongKongpolice's national security law people today arrested democracy activist TAM Tak-Chi, NOT using THE law but a charge of expressing "inciteful words" in street and online incl Facebook, prompting "CONTEMPT FOR THE GOVERNMENT" HongKong FreeSpeech zilch . Pic, AppleDaily
Police confirmed activist Tam Tak-chi is arrested under colonial-era law of uttering seditious words, for inciting hatred against Hong Kong Govt and among people themselves2 week ago
Police confirmed activist Tam Tak-chi is arrested under colonial-era law of uttering "seditious words", for inciting hatred against Hong Kong Govt and among people themselves
2 week ago
Hong Kong pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai cleared of criminal intimidation against reporter
Hong Kong police arrest 15 over filing fake bids for Covid-19 cash
The Immigration Department and Chief Executive Carrie Lam have refused to state why a third western journalist has been denied a visa in two years. Last Tue, HKFP was denied a visa for an editor without reason
Pepper balls fired down Prince Edward Rd W after a medic is arrested and crowds yell. Before riot police charged north up Tong Choi a projection on the police station spelled out the words: 8.31 beat to death, the popular slogan decrying the indiscriminate MTR attack last year3 week ago
Pepper balls fired down Prince Edward Rd W after a medic is arrested and crowds yell. Before riot police charged north up Tong Choi a projection on the police station spelled out the words: "8.31 beat to death," the popular slogan decrying the indiscriminate MTR attack last year
Blue flags north and south of Prince Edward Road West at Tong Choi Street  as police pincers close in ahead of 8.31pm. Haven't felt this degree out outright, tinder-box tension in the air for some time3 week ago
Blue flags north and south of Prince Edward Road West at Tong Choi Street as police pincers close in ahead of 8.31pm. Haven't felt this degree out outright, tinder-box tension in the air for some time
Outside Prince Edward station, it's hard to tell who outnumbers whom: the citizens queuing up to commemorate the anniversary of the 8.31 incident or the riot police surrounding them. For now, the heavy police presence means all of MK is awash with black clothes and white flowers3 week ago
Outside Prince Edward station, it's hard to tell who outnumbers whom: the citizens queuing up to commemorate the anniversary of the 8.31 incident or the riot police surrounding them. For now, the heavy police presence means all of MK is awash with black clothes and white flowers
3 week ago
There are 9 more confirmed cases in Hong Kong, 7 of which are local cases, including a resident of Hong Chi Lei Muk Shue Hostel
Hong Kong protests: police enter two malls, issue Covid-19 fines as dozens gather to mark one year since Prince Edward station chaos
3 week ago
Protesters and police gather at a mall in Mong Kok, a year after the Prince Edward MTR Station violence. HongKong
More than 10 thugs destroyed the altar in memory of Chow Tse-lok and Chan Yin-lam who had died for HongKongProtests, and assaulted the citizens with punching, kicking and breaking glass bottle on someone's head. Source: @StandNewsHK
3 people were beaten by 10+ people with glass bottles, axes, and walking sticks at the Memorial Wall for Miss Chan Yin-Lam and Mr Chow Tsz-Lok in Sheung Shui on Aug 29. A man was severely injured and no one is arrested. ?: @appledaily_hk
Ming Pao: 12 Hong Kong people arrested in mainland waters when fleeing to Taiwan held at Yantian district detention centre in Shenzhen. Mainland sources said it would not rule out authorities other than coast guard to handle the case3 week ago
Ming Pao: 12 Hong Kong people arrested in mainland waters when fleeing to Taiwan held at Yantian district detention centre in Shenzhen. Mainland sources said it would not rule out authorities other than coast guard to handle the case
3 week ago
Hong Kong police seek mainland Chinese help in return of activists tied to criminal cases, including foiled bomb plot, sources say
A 26yo male computer technician was arrested on 26 Aug on 7 counts of incitement crimes, HK Police said. The man is allegedly an admin of Telegram channel "SUCK CHANNEL", which police said had over 100K members and already overtaken by the force
3 week ago
HK01 posted a clip apparently showing arrest by China coast guards at sea. Uncertain if this is the clip for the arrest of 12 Hong Kong protesters on Sunday. In the clip, a coast guard shouted "don't leave, we'll shoot." Tasers were apparently used too
3 week ago
Hong Kong opposition lawmaker granted bail after being charged with rioting over Yuen Long railway station attack
President Tsai says Taiwan 'on front lines of freedom' after Hong Kong crackdown
3 week ago
Irish journalist denied visa in Hong Kong amid national security law concerns - CNN
@RFA_Chinese story says the some 10 people caught were Hong Kong protesters fleeing to Taiwan, including Andy Li, an activist who was arrested under the national security law on August 10 over alleged collusion with foreign forces3 week ago
@RFA_Chinese story says the some 10 people caught were Hong Kong protesters fleeing to Taiwan, including Andy Li, an activist who was arrested under the national security law on August 10 over alleged "collusion with foreign forces"
New US sanctions on Chinese officials and companies
3 week ago
Confirmation: Hong Kong police arrested 16 people, including two opposition MPs. 13 arrests linked to riots in Yuen Long on July 21 last year, police say
Covid-19: Carrie Lam says critics of city-wide testing project are 'smearing' and trying to damage Hong Kong-China relations
Hong Kong: Colleagues at @hkumed claim to have documented first case of COVID19 re-infection4 week ago
Hong Kong: Colleagues at @hkumed claim to have documented first case of COVID19 re-infection
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