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Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' as bill may expire

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Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' as bill may expire

Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' as bill may expire

Carrie Lam hints further efforts on controversial extradition bill will be paused indefinitely following mass protests.

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