June 21-- The Washington Post
HONG KONG — Thousands of demonstrators again blocked main city thoroughfares on Friday and, in a new show of displeasure, surrounded police headquarters, demanding that a deeply unpopular extradition bill be fully withdrawn by the city’s leader and that police investigate cases of alleged police brutality.
For more than a week, enormous numbers of protesters have taken to the streets of the semiautonomous territory, calling for the scrapping of a bill that would allow for extraditions to China. The continued upheaval has placed Carrie Lam, the pro-Beijing chief executive, at the center of the most serious crisis of her political career.
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