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Thousands of Hong Kong protesters gather, government offices shut after violent protests

Reuters Thursday, 13 June 2019
A few thousand protesters in Hong Kong on Thursday readied for potentially more clashes with police over a planned extradition law with mainland China, a day after police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at unarmed demonstrators.
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Extradition bill debate delayed after thousands of protesters block the main roads leading to government offices.

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