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Hong Kong protesters plan to hit the streets again over extradition bill

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Protesters say they plan to hit the streets in the coming days.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters shout 'Hong Kongers, come on' at third massive anti-extradition bill demonstration

Hong Kong protesters shout 'Hong Kongers, come on' at third massive anti-extradition bill demonstration 01:30

Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong protesters gathered on streets to shout "Hong Kongers, come on" together at the third massive anti-extradition bill march on Sunday (June 16).

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