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Hong Kong's Extradition Protests Are All About Chinese Influence

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Hong Kong's Extradition Protests Are All About Chinese InfluenceWatch VideoThe chaotic demonstrations in Hong Kong are largely fueled by fears that a new extradition law could give mainland China more influence over the city.

Hong Kong's central government wants to let Chinese authorities request that people in Hong Kong accused of certain crimes be sent to mainland China for trial....
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Protesters in Hong Kong are marching against changes that they fear would give China too much influence in the city&apos;s legal system.

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