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Mass protests in Hong Kong over extradition laws which could let China target political opponents

SBS Sunday, 9 June 2019 ()
The Hong Kong government’s proposed amendments to existing extradition laws have many concerned that locals and foreigners alike could be at risk of being extradited to the mainland.
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