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Hong Kong says murder suspect whose case sparked protests to turn himself in

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 19 October 2019
A Hong Kong man wanted in Taiwan for murdering his girlfriend says he'll hand himself in there, Hong Kong's leader says. His case sparked protests after the Hong Kong government tried to reform extradition laws.
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HONG KONG — The brains up in Beijing have come up with an ingenious plan to quell the protests in Hong Kong—they're banning exports of black clothing. For the last four months, anti-government protesters have taken to the streets in their black t-shirts, black jeans, black kicks, and black...

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