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Why people are taking to the streets in Hong Kong

BBC News Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Why people are taking to the streets in Hong KongThe BBC's Helier Cheung looks at why a proposed law is proving controversial and how it could have an impact outside of Asia.
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News video: HK leader to push ahead with extradition bill despite protests

HK leader to push ahead with extradition bill despite protests 01:50

HONG KONG — Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Monday that she has no plans to withdraw a controversial plan to allow extradition to China, despite mass protests against it. According to The New York Times, the Hong Kong government has proposed an extradition bill that will allow...

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