Hong Kong leader suspends controversial extradition bill after protests
Saturday, 15 June 2019 The extradition bill, which would cover Hong Kong`s 7 million residents as well as foreign and Chinese nationals in the city, was seen by many as a threat to the rule of law in the former British colony.
Lam made the comments at a hospital where three police officers were being treated for injuries sustained in skirmishes on Sunday with demonstrators angry about... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Reuters India •euronews •Eurasia Review •DNA •Reuters
Protests against a controversial extradition bill began over a month ago. Now, demonstrations have ballooned to address how Hong Kong is governed. Christian Science Monitor Also reported by •NYTimes.com •WorldNews •Seattle Times
HONG KONG (AP) — Some 2,000 Hong Kong senior citizens, including a popular actress, marched Wednesday in a show of support for youths at the forefront of... Seattle Times Also reported by •Reuters •WorldNews