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Hong Kong leader suspends controversial extradition bill after protests

Zee News 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.
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announces suspension of controversial bill, saying it had caused 'a lot of division'.

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