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No Hong Kong response as activists’ deadline passes

Seattle Times Thursday, 20 June 2019
HONG KONG (AP) — A deadline imposed by activist groups for Hong Kong’s government to meet demands including the scrapping of controversial extradition legislation has passed without an official response. The groups say they will call on supporters to surround government headquarters if their demands weren’t met, continuing demonstrations that saw hundreds of thousands take […]
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