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Hong Kong extradition: How radical youth forced the government's hand

BBC News Monday, 17 June 2019
Hong Kong extradition: How radical youth forced the government's handHow did Hong Kong's protesters - many barely out of their teens - manage to force the government's hand?
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News video: Hong Kong calm as media say extradition bill may be shelved

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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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