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'Two million' join Hong Kong protests as Carrie Lam apologises for handling of controversial extradition bill

SBS Sunday, 16 June 2019
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam has issued a public apology for the handling of the extraditions bill, as demonstrators call for her resignation.
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News video: City Leader Issues Apology as Thousands Throng Hong Kong Streets

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Thousands of protesters, many dressed in black, marched near Hong Kong’s central business district on June 16, as the city’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, apologized for the government’s handling of a controversial extradition bill. Lam announced the day before that the proposed bill, which...

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