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Hong Kong pro-democracy movement — going from strength to strength

Deutsche Welle Friday, 21 June 2019
An extradition bill has recently sparked mass protests in Hong Kong. The bill has been stalled, but the citizens want it scrapped and Chief Executive Lam ousted. DW looks at the pro-democracy movement's major milestones.
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According to Reuters, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam appeared to ignore a Thursday deadline set by some protesters to withdraw an extradition bill that she promoted then postponed. Lam suspended the bill, which would allow criminal suspects in the former British colony to be extradited to mainland China...

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