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Hong Kong leader insists extradition bill is 'dead' as protests continue to rock city

Independent Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Protest leaders say unrest will go on until their demands are met, accusing Carrie Lam of 'wordplay'
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The chief executive did not go so far as to completely withdraw the bill, though.

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