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Protesters gather again outside Hong Kong government offices

WorldNews Friday, 21 June 2019
Protesters gather again outside Hong Kong government officesHONG KONG (AP) — Several hundred mainly student protesters gathered outside Hong Kong government offices Friday morning after a deadline passed for meeting their demands related to controversial extradition legislation that many see as eroding the territory's judicial independence. While the scene was peaceful, protest leaders have said they are determined to keep up the pressure on the administration of territory leader Carrie Lam, potentially renewing demonstrations that have drawn hundreds of thousands into the streets in recent weeks. "I myself am not...
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News video: Hong Kongers protest extradition bill through art

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Art as a form of protest has been important to this campaign as it was to the so-called Occupy movement five years ago.

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