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Protesters block Hong Kong building access, plan new action

IndiaTimes Monday, 24 June 2019 ()
Protesters fearing an erosion of Hong Kong's legal autonomy blocked access to a government office building for nearly two hours Monday and plan more demonstrations to draw the attention of leaders attending the G-20 summit this week. About 100 demonstrators jammed the entryway and lobby of the Inland Revenue Tower, a skyscraper in the Wan Chai district in the city center.
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News video: Protesters stage sit-in at Hong Kong Immigration Tower

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Protesters entered Hong Kong's Immigration Tower in Wan Chai on Friday afternoon (June 21).

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