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Hong Kong: Protestors end 15-hour long siege of police headquarters amid battle for Extradition Bill

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News video: Hong Kong protests: Religious leaders stand with protesters

Hong Kong protests: Religious leaders stand with protesters 01:57

Religious leaders join the fight for Hong Kong's liberties, trying to promote peace and prevent escalation of the crisis.

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