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IndiaTimes Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
Anti-extradition bill protest turns violent in Hong Kong
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Police in Hong Kong have used tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters as demonstrations against an extradition law turned violent. Despite the Legislative Council announcing that it would delay the second debate on the bill until further notice, protesters have vowed to continue their...

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