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Large crowds of protesters are gathering in Hong Kong for another mass rally against the government's divisive plan to allow extraditions to mainland China

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VIDEO: Thousands of protesters have gathered around Hong Kong's government offices ahead of a planned debate on a controversial extradition bill, with large numbers of police in riot gear surrounding the building
#BREAKING Anti-government protesters block main artery roads in Hong Kong: AFP
Police officers use a water canon on a lone protestor near the government headquarters in Hong Kong

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VIDEO: Hong Kong protesters, angry with the city's plan to allow extraditions to China, create barricades near government offices as they prepare to potentially face off with riot police
#BREAKING Second reading of Hong Kong extradition bill delayed amid protests: govt
AFP map showing the main protest site in Hong Kong

#UPDATE Hong Kong authorities have delayed the second reading of a controversial bill allowing extradition to mainland China as tens of thousands of protesters blockaded government headquarters
Police block a road as protesters rally against a controversial extradition law outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong football fans boo Chinese national anthem.

In match against Taiwan many held signs opposing government plans to allow extraditions to the mainland

📷 File image. Hong Kong football fans have a history of booing during China's national anthem
#BREAKING Top Hong Kong official says protesters must disperse, 'not defy law'
Protesters blocking roads around Hong Kong's parliament must disperse and obey the law, a top government figure warns:
"I also urge citizens who have gathered to show restraint as much as possible, disperse peacefully and do not defy the law"
#BREAKING Clashes break out as Hong Kong protesters try to reach parliament

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#BREAKING Hong Kong police use tear gas against protesters trying to storm parliament: AFP
#UPDATE Violent clashes have broken out in Hong Kong as police tried to stop protesters storming the city's parliament, while tens of thousands of people blocked key arteries in a show of strength against government plans to allow extraditions to China
VIDEO: Watch as Hong Kong police use tear gas on protesters opposed to government plans to allow extraditions to China
VIDEO: Violent protests against China extradition bill paralyse Hong Kong
#UPDATE Hong Kong has been rocked by the worst political unrest since its handover to China as police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters who tried to storm parliament and blocked roads in the financial hub
#BREAKING Trump hopes Hong Kong protesters "work it out" with China
#BREAKING EU says Hong Kong rights "need to be respected"
#UPDATE President Donald Trump said Wednesday he understands Hong Kong protesters who have risen up against plans to allow extraditions to China, but hopes they can "work it out" with Beijing
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