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100s of protesters surround Hong Kong HQ before bill debate

Seattle Times Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
HONG KONG (AP) — Hundreds of protesters have surrounded government headquarters in Hong Kong as the territory’s legislature prepare to open discussion on a highly controversial extradition law that would allow residents accused of wrongdoing to be sent to China for trial. The overwhelmingly young crowd of demonstrators overturned barriers and tussled with police Wednesday […]
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Officers warned they "will use force" as tens of thousands of demonstrators gather outside government buildings in Hong Kong.

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