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Scrap China extradition law: Hong Kong protesters

Mid-Day Monday, 10 June 2019 ()
*Hong Kong:* Tens of thousands of people marched in blazing summer heat through the cramped streets of Hong Kong on Sunday as anger swells over plans to allow extradition to China, a proposal that has sparked the biggest public backlash against the city's pro-Beijing leadership in years. They have demanded the government to scrap...
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HONG KONG — More than a million people marched in Hong Kong to protest a controversial new law that would allow suspects to be sent to China for trial. According to the South China Morning Post, the bill will allow Hong Kong to decide case-by-case whether to transfer suspected criminals to...

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