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Huge Hong Kong March Prompts Gov’t Apology; Protestors Want Extradition Bill Scrapped

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Hong Kong protestors on Sunday hold posters depicting the territory’s chief executive Carrie Lam, whom many want to resign. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
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News video: Hong Kong tense after massive protest

Hong Kong tense after massive protest 02:36

A day after an estimated 2 million protesters hit the streets in Hong Kong, democracy activist Joshua Wong walks free from prison and vows to join the movement. Protesters are demanding Carrie Lam, the city's Beijing-backed leader, scrap a controversial extradition bill and step down. Eve Johnson...

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