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Hong Kong police were alone in the Parliament building just hours after protesters had occupied the legislative chamber the South China Morning Post reported that officers only entered after the occupiers had left hundreds of protesters hadn't been stopped as they smashed their way in they want the Hong Kong government to completely withdraw the

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The people of Hong Kong are out in the streets. Hundreds of thousands are demonstrating againsta deeply unpopular bill. But this is about a whole lot more than a bill. It’s about the status of Hong Kongand the power China has over it. It’s a fight to preserve the freedoms peoplehave here. And it all

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it started as a peaceful sit-in around the city's Parliament building it soon descended into chaos holding mental barricades protesters rammed the police front line they pushed back with battens pepper spray and water guns hundreds camped out on the streets near the government headquarters a three-hour standoff ensued but streets blocked in Central Hong

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in Hong Kong hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets for a huge rally against a proposed extradition law the law would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China to face trial critics of the bill fear this could lead to arbitrary detention and unfair trials Hong Kong was returned to

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