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Protester mourned after fall as opposition renews against Hong Kong extradition laws

The Age Sunday, 16 June 2019
Thousands of Hong Kong protesters have returned to the streets, unsatisfied with the government's suspension of the controversial extradition bill.
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Hong Kong's streets were calm on Saturday as local media reported the city's government would suspend a proposed law on extradition to mainland China that sparked widespread anger and violent protests, with leader Carrie Lam planning to address reporters later in the day. Rough cut - no reporter...

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