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Million march: Massive extradition bill protest fills Hong Kong streets

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 9 June 2019
Million march: Massive extradition bill protest fills Hong Kong streetsProud of HongKongers @antielabhk @nicolle_liu @heldavidson @FChangy @JessiePang pic.twitter.com/jGQW4NZYAQ — mittsuringo (@mittsuringo) June 9, 2019 Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through Hong...
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News video: Crowd Chants During Protest Against Hong Kong Extradition Bill

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Thousands of protesters filled the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday, June 12, in a show of defiance that prompted the government to delay a debate on a controversial extradition bill at the Legislative Council that day. Many protesters had reportedly camped overnight at Tamar Park to prevent traffic...

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