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More than a million protest in Hong Kong over extradition laws which could let China target political opponents

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The Hong Kong government’s proposed amendments to existing extradition laws have sparked fears that it will be easier to send criminal suspects to mainland China, where they could face unfair trials.
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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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