Wednesday, 12 June 2019 Hong Kong police used tear gas against protesters who oppose a contentious extradition bill. Wednesday's protests delayed a debate over the legislative proposal that would allow criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China. (June 12)
Police used tear gas against protesters in Hong Kong on Wednesday, June 12, as Hong Kong’s police chief declared protests against a proposed extradition law “a riot,” according to the South China Morning Post. This video, from Hong Kong legislator Claudia Mo, shows tear gas being deployed....
Groups of suspected pro-China assailants dressed in white and armed with batons attacked anti-government protesters on Sunday night in Hong Kong. The gangs stormed Yuen Long station, attacking members..
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Walking in sweltering heat, Hong Kong protesters dressed in black carried a large banner that read “Independent Inquiry for Rule of Law.”
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