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Hong Kong, Jul 13 (ANI): Police and protesters clashed with each other on Saturday after thousands took to the streets to protest against mainland Chinese traders visiting Sheung Shui, a border town in Hong Kong located close to Shenzhen in mainland China.
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Hong Kong, July 9 (ANI): Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday said that the contested extradition bill is "dead" after a series of protests against the document gripped the region recently.
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Washington DC [USA], Jul 9 (ANI): US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo met with Hong Kong-based businessman Jimmy Lai here on Monday and discussed the controversial extradition bill and the status of the former British colony's autonomy.
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Hong Kong, July 2 (ANI): The recent wave of Hong Kong protests marked a break from the peaceful demonstrations against the controversial extradition bill after a group of protesters smashed their way into the offices of the legislature and wrecked the building on Monday evening.
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Hong Kong, Jun 22 (ANI): Thousands of protestors here in the wee hours of Saturday morning ended their 15-hour siege of the city's police headquarters after putting up demonstrations demanding complete withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill and exoneration of demonstrators arrested
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Hong Kong, Jun 18 (ANI): Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader, Carrie Lam, on Tuesday publicly apologised for having proposed controversial legislation that would allow criminal suspects to mainland China for persecution.
Hong Kong, June 17 (ANI): Joshua Wong, a pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong, was freed from prison on Monday, a day after authorities said around two billion protesters took to streets to march against a controversial bill that would send criminal suspects to mainland China for persecution.
Hong Kong, Jun 15 (ANI): The embattled government of Hong Kong on Saturday is expected to announce a suspension to the efforts to pass a controversial China extradition bill, in an apparent bid to quell further unrest and mass demonstrations that have been building up pressure on the city's
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Hong Kong, June 13 (ANI): Authorities in Hong Kong on Thursday closed government offices after mass protests intensified against a controversial extradition bill that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for criminal prosecution.
Hong Kong, Jun 12 (ANI): Swathes of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday, continuing demonstrations against a controversial extradition bill which would allow criminal suspects in the city to be sent to mainland China for trial.
Hong Kong, June 10 (ANI): Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader on Monday said she had no plans to withdraw the controversial bill that allows criminal extraditions to mainland Chinese, a day after an estimated one million people marched through the streets to oppose the proposal.