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Hundreds protest in Hong Kong ahead of legislature debate on extradition law that will allow exchange of prisoners with China

Firstpost Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Government officials in Hong Kong are bracing for a showdown as protesters and police continue to face off ahead of Wednesday's debate over changes allowing extradition to the Chinese mainland.
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Reuters reports demonstrators and police clashed Thursday in Hong Kong as hundreds of people continued protesting a planned extradition law.

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