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Hong Kong extradition bill protests turn violent

CBS News Thursday, 13 June 2019
Protesters in Hong Kong face tear gas and rubber bullets Wednesday as they gathered around government headquarters in protest of the extradition bill. The clashes forced a second reading of the bill to be postponed. CBS News Asian correspondent Ramy Inocencio joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with more on the violent protests.
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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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