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Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam sorry for extradition controversy

BBC News Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam sorry for extradition controversyCarrie Lam apologises for a bill that sparked mass protests but stops short of withdrawing it.
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News video: Freed activist Wong says G20 should discuss Hong Kong extradition bill

Freed activist Wong says G20 should discuss Hong Kong extradition bill 01:17

Freed Hong Kong rights activist Joshua Wong on Monday demanded that Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam step down after she tried to push forth a controversial extradition bill. Wong also said that the issue should be raised at an upcoming G20 meeting. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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