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Mass Protests Protect Hong Kong’s Legal Autonomy from China – for now

Motley Fool Wednesday, 19 June 2019
A controversial extradition law has been suspended in Hong Kong after more than a week of mass public resistance. Hong Kong's legal system is one of its few remaining areas of autonomy from China.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters make way for ambulance to pass through during mass rally

Hong Kong protesters make way for ambulance to pass through during mass rally 00:54

Extraordinary scenes of crowds making room for an ambulance to drive through during a mass rally on Sunday (June 16) have gone viral. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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