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Hong Kong government stays invisible to avoid more extradition bill chaos ahead of G20 summit

WorldNews Monday, 24 June 2019
Hong Kong government stays invisible to avoid more extradition bill chaos ahead of G20 summitHong Kong’s embattled government is lying low again this week to avoid rocking the boat in the face of continuing opposition to the now-suspended extradition bill, with the city’s leader cancelling Tuesday’s weekly cabinet meeting.No explanation was given on Monday for the cancellation, while young protesters barged into government buildings again, attempting to disrupt public services and pile pressure on the administration to completely withdraw the unpopular bill.Dozens of protesters blocked… ......
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News video: 'Do You Hear the People Sing?' Sung in English and Cantonese by Hong Kong Demonstrators

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Pro-democracy and anti-extradition bill protesters staged a large rally in Central, Hong Kong, on June 26, with an explicit message for world leaders ahead of the G20 summit in Japan. Earlier in the day, demonstrators went from consulate to consulate petitioning G20 leaders to raise the issue of the...

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