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'Show restraint, avoid violence': Australia flags 'concerns' about Hong Kong protests, extradition law change

SBS Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Marise Payne is urging protesters and police to show restraint and avoid violence, as rallies continue in Hong Kong over proposed extradition laws.
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News video: Hong Kong riot police retreat in face of demonstrators during extradition bill protest

Hong Kong riot police retreat in face of demonstrators during extradition bill protest 02:20

Riot police were seen retreating after meeting a huge crowd of protesters in central Hong Kong today (June 12).

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