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Protesters block Harcourt road in central Hong Kong

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Protesters block Harcourt road in central Hong Kong

Protesters block Harcourt road in central Hong Kong

A crowd of protesters blocked a road in central Hong Kong today (June 12) during the second day of protests against a bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China.

Footage shows demonstrators laying fences in the middle of Harcourt Road outside the Hong Kong government’s headquarters, bringing the traffic to halt.

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