At midnight, violent activists bound the hands of a reporter surnamed Fu from the website of Glob
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The two men remain in hospital.
“We condemn in the strongest terms such acts that are almost terrorism and express
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“Their violence was an extreme contempt for the rule of law, which has seriously damag
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Liaison Office condemns violence
“The atrocity has totally gone beyond the bottom line of a civilized soc
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severely hurt others’ rights and damaged Hong Kong’s international reputation.
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s in safeguarding the personal safety and legitimate rights of mainland residents in Hong Kong.