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Hong Kong protests fade as govt headquarters reopen, but protesters want Chief Executive Carrie to quit

Firstpost Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Hong Kong's government headquarters reopened Tuesday as the number of protesters outside dwindled to a few dozen and life returned to normal in the former British colony
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News video: Hong Kong leader suspends extradition bill

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Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam has said she will suspend a proposed extradition bill indefinitely. Hundreds of thousands of people have protested against the bill and further demonstrations were planned for Sunday.

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