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Crowds gather in Hong Kong for second round of extradition bill protests

SBS Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside Hong Kong's parliament in fresh protests against the government's controversial extradition bill.
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Announcement of fresh rally comes a day after Hong Kong police dispersed crowds with rubber bullets and tear gas.

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