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Hong Kong extradition bill debate delayed after massive protests

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Hong Kong extradition bill debate delayed after massive protests

Hong Kong extradition bill debate delayed after massive protests

Water cannon, tear gas, and pepper spray fired as thousands of protesters surround Legislative Council building.

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