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Black-clad, anti-extradition protesters flood streets of Hong Kong

Reuters Friday, 21 June 2019
Thousands dressed in black blocked Hong Kong roads and surrounded police headquarters on Friday in the latest wave of demonstrations over an extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the Chinese-ruled city into crisis.
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According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, thousands of black-clad protestors blocked roads and surrounded police headquarters in Hong Kong, in the latest demonstrations over an extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the city into chaos. Groups of protestors wearing hard...

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