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Rally Moves Through Sydney's Central Business District to Protest Hong Kong Extradition Bill

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Rally Moves Through Sydney's Central Business District to Protest Hong Kong Extradition Bill

Rally Moves Through Sydney's Central Business District to Protest Hong Kong Extradition Bill

Crowds marched in the Central Business District of Sydney, Australia, on June 9, to call on Hong Kong not to pass a proposed law that would allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China.

Hundreds of thousands were expected to gather in Hong Kong that same day to protest the extradition bill.

Credit: Roydon Ng via Storyful

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