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Hong Kong braces itself for a third weekend of protests against unpopular extradition bill

euronews Saturday, 22 June 2019 ()
Most of the thousands of demonstrators that had blockaded the police headquarters on Friday had mostly dispersed by Saturday morning, but it remained unclear whether further mass protests would take place.
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