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'Two million' join Hong Kong protests as Carrie Lam apologises for handling of controversial extradition bill

SBS Sunday, 16 June 2019
'Two million' join Hong Kong protests as Carrie Lam apologises for handling of controversial extradition billHong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam has issued a public apology for the handling of the extraditions bill, as demonstrators call for her resignation.
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News video: City Leader Issues Apology as Thousands Throng Hong Kong Streets

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Thousands of protesters, many dressed in black, marched near Hong Kong’s central business district on June 16, as the city’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, apologized for the government’s handling of a controversial extradition bill. Lam announced the day before that the proposed bill, which...

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