Hong Kong residents deface Chinese emblem in latest protest



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Protesters threw eggs Chinaʼs national emblem, was splattered with black ink.

Organizers 430,000 people said in the march. Their estimates, which is generally lower.

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Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, has taken the decision to withdraw the legislation. The steady state of civil rights in the city.

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“Free Hong Kong! Democracy now! ”The chanted protesters, forming a deion procession through Hong Kong's Wan Chai district from they were joined by others who had been waiting in side streets.

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In accordance with police and the Civil Human Rights Front.

Protesters t Residents – for better dropping charges against anti-extradition protesters, withdrawing the characterization of a clash between police and protesters a riot and dissolving the Legislative Council.

Protesters in English and Cantonese in videos released Saturday.

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While there has been a great deal of confusion. In the sun center shopping center in luxury shopping center. Demonstrators t Meanwhile, police officers have used pepper spray, gas bag, rounds and rubber bullets to quell the crowds.

On Friday, Hong Kong police discovered a stash of a powerful homemade explosive and arrested a place in a commercial building. Materials voicing opposition to the extradition bill were found at the site t


Wang reported from Beijing.

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