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Fresh wave of protests as Hong Kong ignores deadline to scrap extradition bill

Reuters Friday, 21 June 2019
Several hundred people rallied in Hong Kong on Friday after the expiry of a deadline protesters set for the government to completely scrap a controversial extradition bill, in the latest wave of protests in the Chinese-ruled city.
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