Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

21 October 2019
Almost exactly four hours after her dialogue session ended, Carrie Lam leaves the stadium as two dozen noisy protesters remain outside
A small group of protesters have blocked a side entrance of the stadium with a trash bin, traffic cone and other items. A panel looks to have been smeared with some liquid
Carrie Lam is still inside the stadium, waiting for the situation to calm, a source says. Dozens of protesters are chanting and waiting for government vehicles to drive out
At 10:39pm, the police released a statement warning protesters at Queen Elizabeth Stadium not to commit illegal acts, including removing railings and digging up bricks from pavements
Carrie Lam said Hong Kong autonomy is not included in the "one country two system" in a public debate event.
Protesters on Queen's Rd East spread thinner to the junction with Wong Nai Chung Rd
Police backed off. Protesters starting to block roads with railings and bricks and rocks
A large crowd of protesters blocked roads outside the Queen Elizabeth Stadium following 2.5 hour talks between Carrie Lam and members of the public
Protesters called the police "triad" outside Hong Kong's Queen Elizabeth Stadium where leader Carrie Lam was conducting a dialogue with the public
Carrie Lam confirmed Sun Uk Ling Detention Centre will not be used from now on upon discussion with @hkpoliceforce high ranks
Hong Kong protesters are surrounding a stadium where leader Carrie Lam is expected to hold dialogue with the public #HongKongProtests
Carrie Lam again rejected to establish an independent inquiry. "It's only a matter of how to find out the truth, COI is one, IPCC is another," Lam said. "Couldn't we wait for a few months and let IPCC finish its work"
Carrie Lam: "The aim of dialogue isn't dialogue, it's to seek a change"
CE Carrie Lam kicked off the first dialogue session with a key message, "it's time to talk". "The entire saga was triggered by the government's legislative amendment, the greatest responsibility to find a way out rest on the govt," she said
More than 150 people outside Queen Elizabeth Stadium
18:16 at Wan Chai at Queen Elizabeth Stadium
More than 20,000 people applied to attend Thursday's two-hour meeting, which is being held in an indoor sports stadium. Authorities said they picked 150 people lottery with those attending banned form carrying items such as umbrellas, helmets, gas masks and banners
The chain from Ruttonjee Hospital
Media security checks in Queen Elizabeth Stadium for HK chief executive Carrie Lam's dialogue with the public.
Glory to Hong Kong in human chain on Queen's Rd East
Human chain in making outside Tang Shiu Kin Hospital, near Queen Elizabeth Stadium
HongKong's main protest organiser, the Civil Human Rights Front, has received a letter of no objection from @hkpoliceforce for the Tamar Park rally on 9.28
Following Carrie Lam's "public dialogue" today, de facto curfew has been implemented in Wan Chai district. Many restaurants, clinics are forced to close ealier. Many schools release their puipils early. All cars are removed from the street.
Today, @SenateForeign unanimously passed Senator Marco Rubio's #HongKongHumanRightsandDemocracyAct
Flash mob #GloryToHongKong singing at multiple locations this evening
Happening Now: Messages projected onto the wall of Central Government Office to protest again Lantau Tomorrow Vision, apparently by Greenpeace
24 other activists accused of "rioting" in HongKong had their cases adjourned til 19th of November
Map: #929GlobalAntiTotalitarianism Up till noon Hong Kong time on September 25, the following cities have confirmed that there will be events as part of the Global Anti-Totalitarianism protest series
3 week ago
Over 1500 arrested in Hong Kong's political crisis in its 4th month; over 200 already charged, 79 with rioting. The authorities hoping - as trials kick in&the reality of prison terms dawn on people - that this'll deter would be agitators from joining potentially violent gatherings
Foreign Minister Wang Yi tells the US to respect the Hong Kong government's efforts to bring the protests to an end, and not to try to impose its will on China
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