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Parents, friends remember Hong Kong protester 'Raincoat Man' who died fighting extradition law

USATODAY.com Thursday, 11 July 2019
Parents of Hong Kong man who plunged to his death putting up banners against extradition legislation urged young people to continue their struggle.
 
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Hong Kong Leader Says China Extradition Bill Is ‘Dead’ At a press conference on July 9, Hong Kong politician Carrie Lam announced that the government’s work on the extradition bill has been a “total failure." The controversial bill in question is one that would allow suspects to be sent to...

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