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Hong Kong extradition protests: Thousands join Kowloon march

BBC News Sunday, 7 July 2019
Tens of thousands marched in a bid to raise awareness about a controversial extradition bill.
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News video: Hong Kong protestors block major roads in Kowloon, forcing motorists to turn around

Hong Kong protestors block major roads in Kowloon, forcing motorists to turn around 04:11

Anti-Hong Kong government protestors occupied Nathan Road, a major North-South thoroughfare through the heart of Kowloon, during ongoing anti-Extradition Bill protests in the city.

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