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Sea of black in Hong Kong: Will march against suspended extradition bill get another record turnout? Follow our tweets and #LIVE blog for all the latest
#LIVE: The protesters are beginning to move from Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. From here they will march towards the government headquarters in Admiralty #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A flower shop in Hung Hom is offering free flowers to people who want to pay tribute to a protester who died in a fall on Saturday #extraditionbill
#LIVE: The city's MTR stations are packed full with protesters en route to join the march #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Thousands of mourners have laid flowers and left hand-written messages where a protester, dubbed the Raincoat Martyr, fell to his death on Saturday evening #extraditionbill
#LIVE: This Taiwanese student flew all the way from Taipei to join the march. “I cherish democracy in Taiwan, that’s why I should also support Hongkongers’ struggle for happiness and democracy,” he says #extraditionbill
#LIVE: This is the scene on Hennessy Road in Causeway Bay right now. Protesters fill the streets for as far as the eye can see #extraditionbill
#LIVE: This is what today's protest looks like from above #extraditionbill
#LIVE: An #extraditionbill protest is also taking place in Adelaide, Australia. The crowd have denounced Hong Kong's police for using what they say was excessive force on protesters last week
#LIVE: Protesters erupt into jeers and boos as they march past an office of Ta Kung Pao, a pro-Beijing newspaper. The screen shows a message from Beijing’s foreign ministry, saying it supports Carrie Lam’s decision to put the bill on hold #extraditionbill
#LIVE: The sea of people slowly moves along Yee Wo Street. They chant “students are innocent” and “step down, Carrie Lam”, and call for the bill’s revocation #extraditionbill
#LIVE: More pictures are coming in from SCMP photographers at the protest. Photos are by Winson Wong, May Tse, Edmond So and Warton Li #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Marchers have arrived at Tim Mei Avenue, near the government headquarters. This is where the clashes between protesters and police broke out on Wednesday #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Workers at a Thai restaurant on Hennessy Road are showing their support for the protesters, holding placards in the window reading "take care of yourself” and “I love you” #extraditionbill
#LIVE: This photo, by SCMP photographer Sam Tsang, might give you a better idea of the scale of the march today #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Carrie Lam's fellow alumni are not happy and are joining the protests today. "She has betrayed every principle of our school," said one. "She has blood on her hands by shooting at our unarmed students" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: This is 80-year-old Lee Wai-po's first ever protest. He walked from Hong Kong station to Victoria Park with his son because they could not get the train #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Here is footage of Carrie Lam's fellow alumni protesting. "Shame on you, Carrie Lam," they chant #extraditionbill
#LIVE: More scenes from on the ground as thousands of protesters sing and march their way towards Admiralty #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Some dedicated students are studying whilst marching. Secondary school student Miss Chan and her classmates are carrying their geography notes for an exam tomorrow #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Footage shows protesters laying white roses where a protester fell to his death last night. He has been dubbed "the Raincoat Martyr" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: In a way, the march has now been unofficially extended, starting further east than Victoria Park, as protesters make their way from different subway stations #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Three hours into the march and the crowd shows no sign of abating, as can be seen in this remarkable birds eye footage #extraditionbill
#LIVE: The maker of this eye-catching effigy says he made a moth-like Carrie Lam with a long nose and shooting a gun because she's "a liar poisoning Hong Kong" and "endorses police brutality" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Former No 2 official Anson Chan Fang On-sang says the huge turnout at today’s march shows the government should withdraw the extradition bill #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A look at the scale of today's march as protesters flood Wan Chai and Admiralty as they head to the Central Government Complex #extraditionbill
#LIVE: While Victoria Park has mostly cleared out, the end of the march is still nowhere in sight, as the crowd continues to pour in from Tin Hau #extraditionbill
#LIVE: As darkness descends on Hong Kong, Hennessy Road is still a sea of black #extraditionbill
#LIVE: The crowd at Harcourt Road keeps growing after marchers occupied it, causing traffic to grind to a halt. It was a key stronghold during 2014's Occupy movement and last week's protest #extraditionbill Photo: @hkchrislau
#HongKong protest march grows and crowds take over streets close to government headquarters #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Mr Lau, who uses a mobility scooter because of a spinal injury more than 20 years ago, says he had to join today's march: "It is my duty, we need to safeguard Hong Kong." #extraditionbill
#LIVE: "Do not shoot, we are Hongkongers" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Chief Executive Carrie Lam has apologised to #HongKong residents and promised to "sincerely and humbly accept all criticism and to improve and serve the public" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: For protester Chau Chong, a music teacher, the apology is too late.
“She should have apologised for not having done well in improving people’s livelihood. She should resign.” #extraditionbill
#LIVE: An unofficial translation from the SCMP team of Chief Executive Carrie Lam's apology #extraditionbill
#LIVE: 7 hours in, people are still on the march #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Hundreds of messages are posted on a footbridge connecting government headquarters and Citic Tower, including "please don't shoot us" and a mother encouraging her boys "not to give up" #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A large crowd has gathered outside the government headquarters in Admiralty, some shouting insults at police inside. "Take off your uniforms and join us," one shouts #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A road block goes up - masked protesters start building a barricade on Lung Wo Road #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A look from up high #extraditionbill
Nearly 2 million people marched through streets of #HongKong to oppose #extraditionbill, organiser says #extraditionbill
#LIVE: The Civil Human Rights Front says the march, which began at 2.30pm, has come to an end #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A steady but thinned-out stream of protesters is still arriving at government headquarters at Tamar. Thousands are also still occupying nearby roads #extraditionbill
#LIVE: How the protests overspilled- the sheer volume of numbers meant the march spilled over from its designated route into three neighbouring roads #extraditionbill
#LIVE - Police estimate the march was 338,000 at its peak, but a source admits it should be more as only those on the original route were counted, not those diverted onto other roads #extraditionbill
#LIVE: A police source says the force maintained a minimal presence to allow some room between the protesters and officers in the wake of clashes on Wednesday #extraditionbill
#LIVE: Democrat Roy Kwong Chun-yu asks for the crowd to stay safe, saying: "No injuries, no bloodshed." #extraditionbill
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