Hong Kong set for street march, mourns death of protester
Sunday, 16 June 2019 HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong is bracing for another massive protest over an unpopular extradition bill, a week after the crisis brought as many as 1 million into the streets. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Saturday said she was suspending work on the bill that would allow some suspects to be sent […]
Hong Kong residents on Sunday (June 16) mourned the death of an unidentified man who stood on top of a scaffolding of the Pacific Place Complex in Hong Kong before falling to his death on Saturday (June 15) night. He had earlier unfurled a banner denouncing Hong Kong's extradition bill. No...
Hong Kong's extradition bill demonstrations have mutated into a much bigger and more complex animal that has ripped open old wounds and expanded a political fight as the city battens down for a long,..
Thousands of Hong Kongers once again took to the streets in protest, this time to vent out their anger at traders from mainland China who buy goods in Hong Kong... Deutsche Welle Also reported by •Seattle Times •WorldNews
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(FPRI) — On January 29, the Hong Kong governent announced potential amendments to its extradition laws that would allow... Eurasia Review Also reported by •Seattle Times •Reuters •WorldNews •BBC News
Parents of Hong Kong man who plunged to his death putting up banners against extradition legislation urged young people to continue their struggle.
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