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Hong Kong expects more rallies demanding leader resign

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 16 June 2019
Protesters in Hong Kong are demanding the city's leader step down and withdraw an extradition bill. Chief Executive Carrie Lam suspended an unpopular extradition bill and refused to apologize for promoting it.
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News video: Hong Kong throng: Protesters want leader Lam to quit

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Hundreds of thousands fill streets in march against extradition bill and call for it and chief executive to go.

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