Christina Fältman

Christina Fältman

@CFltman

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @CFltman and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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2 months
Average replies
137
Average retweets
1365
Average likes
2061
Tweets with photos
13 / 100
Tweets with videos
27 / 100
Tweets with links
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The police presence in Admiralty today feels like Beijing during the Arab Spring. There was a call for protest in Wangfujing, but only a few turned up and were quickly surrounded by police https://t.co/xjku34aj1M

Breaking News: As protests raged across the city, Hong Kong’s High Court struck down a contentious ban on the wearing of face masks in public. The court found that the ban violated the territory’s mini-constitution, know as the Basic Law. https://t.co/a7GO1Pc4jP

Hong Kong braced for a second straight day of transit disruptions as protesters angered by the shooting of a demonstrator by a police officer set out to block roads and force the delay of train services https://t.co/iXqhFzbygn

Video footage circulating on social media Monday showed a Hong Kong police officer on a motorcycle swerving into a crowd of protesters on an otherwise deserted street, clipping at least one of them. Here’s the latest on the Hong Kong protests: https://t.co/yDrFl8XXVf

A Hong Kong police officer shot an antigovernment demonstrator at point-blank range early Monday morning. The shooting came as activists blocked roads and scuffled with riot police officers as part of what had been billed as a citywide general strike. https://t.co/fJub8Jlhjt

Breaking News: Escalating the violence in Hong Kong, police shot a protester with a live round, the first such incident in months of protests. Follow live updates. https://t.co/nQEe5Ioana

JUST IN: A police source tells CNN that a man was shot with a live round by police in Hong Kong's Tsuen Wan district. @IvanCNN has the latest: https://t.co/7IOcViwO4O https://t.co/6im4fakAyD

The energy at the march in #HongKong today feels triumphant and defiant. Protestors are unified in their calls. They're demanding Carrie Lam step down, that she withdraws the extradition bill and that police "stop using violence against students." #LockhartRoad https://t.co/vI1RWZK1h6

The use of tear gas enraged the Hong Kong public five years ago, resulting in even larger crowds of protesters. After a day of restraint, the police just crossed that line in a big way. Live updates: https://t.co/qhh7cUlDwR

Protestors confront with riot police outside Central Government Complex. 11:30am @nytimes @nytimesworld https://t.co/mz4aNQcfNw

Hong Kong police fire tear gas and pepper spray in effort to disperse protest against China extradition bill https://t.co/hQUcy0Coqb

Hundreds of thousands of protesters spanned more than a mile in Hong Kong in a display of anger and fear over a government proposal that could allow extraditions to mainland China https://t.co/f6CN28jUEu

More than 1 million protesters hit the streets in Hong Kong to oppose a controversial extradition bill critics fear would allow China to snatch anyone
https://t.co/Dozefx2AIa https://t.co/bLVNBlfSlB

More than 1 million protesters hit the streets in Hong Kong to oppose a controversial extradition bill critics fear would allow China to snatch anyone https://t.co/Dozefx2AIa https://t.co/bLVNBlfSlB

A single photo can’t do this protest justice, but this is Wanchai at 6:35 pm. The head of the march passed thorough this spot more than three hours ago. https://t.co/fzznjcjClY

A single photo can’t do this protest justice, but this is Wanchai at 6:35 pm. The head of the march passed thorough this spot more than three hours ago. https://t.co/fzznjcjClY

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