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Hong Kong leader apologises as political crisis deepens

The chief executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, has issued an apology to the public after mass protests against a controversial extradition bill.

Tens of thousands of people have been demonstrating against the bill, which they claim would allow China to extradite Hong Kong residents to the mainland for political trials.

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    Same thing here, we just get sent to the USA, ask Julian Assange.

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    Apologizes for caving to Bejing? Sure.

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    ahhh refreshing to see people take to the streets to oppose an extremist regime … If only the brainwashed EU loving retards were awake like the people in Hong Kong…..

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    Long live neo-fascist China! Crush liberal democracy!!!

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    Free and Democratic Hong Kong! If China breakes it's promises, then the UK has the obligation to stop them!

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    Demanding an impossible demand to be honored, what these demonstrators don't understand is exactly what the learned politicians understand very well the end result of these innocent public…if their demands are met even than it won't finish yet Bcoz the very pushers of such demonstrations are always invisible and seen only by the organizers , who use the innocent public for their mean interests….when will the world public learn that these sort of demonstrations benefit only a few ….and not the masses. Its a pity…..

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    What a nightmare. Hong Kong needs true freedom.

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    Its Huawei prosperity which cannot be digested by other's so maybe bringing chaos on the land….maybe maybe not maybe not sure maybe afraid maybe maybe maybe……

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    fight for our human rights people of the world!!

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    Go Hong Kong ! Democracy for Hong Kong! Remove the profane chains of China the sewage of the new world!

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    It's amazing how the Western Media cover and support protests in other countries, but if the protests are in the West in place's like Europe, the U.K or the U.S the protests are vilified by the media, met with violence by riot police and ridiculed by government officials… It's a huge double standard! Also Europe and the U.K can hardly call themselves democratic when they're still have monarch's in power influencing society!

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    This needs to happen in the uk over brexit OUT MEANS OUT

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    If only the British would fight for Thier country as these are doing , what has happened to the British back bone ? , Chris UK ✌️🇬🇧

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    The British should have never left. The British should be ashamed of what they did to the people of Hong Kong. This mess would have never happened if they hadn't forsaken these people.

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    We don’t like communist for our country And people around the world 🌎, I’m Chinese but not communist , remember we Taiwan 🇹🇼 Hong Kong, Singapore 🇸🇬 And Malaysia 🇲🇾.

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    Other countries know how to protest. Americans just vandalize a starbucks.

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