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2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests

Hong Kong citizens call for a city-wide general strike with various sit-ins in seven districts. With thousands of workers announcing their participation, over 200 flights were cancelled, MTR lines halted and the Hang Seng Index dropped sharply. Chief Executive Carrie Lam blamed protesters for "destroying Hong Kong" and rejected their demands.

Protesters trying to 'destroy Hong Kong' and foment 'revolution,' says Chief Exec. Carrie Lam | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Hong Kong’s embattled Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Monday that recent protests have escalated beyond their original demands, pushing the city to a “very dangerous situation.” “Some radical elements have changed the nature of the protests: some defaced the national emblem, and others to down a national flag and threw it into the sea. …

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  1. Hong Kong citizens calls for a city-wide general strike with various sit-ins in 7 districts. With thousands of workers announcing their participation, over 200 flights were cancelled, MTR lines halted, and Hang Seng Index dropped sharply. Chief Executive Carrie Lam blames protesters for "destroying Hong Kong" and rejected their demands.
  2. Hong Kong citizens call for a city-wide general strike with various sit-ins in 7 districts. With thousands of workers announcing their participation, over 200 flights were canceled, MTR lines halted and the Hang Seng Index dropped sharply. Chief Executive Carrie Lam blames protesters for "destroying Hong Kong" and rejected their demands.
  3. Hong Kong citizens call for a city-wide general strike with various sit-ins in seven districts. With thousands of workers announcing their participation, over 200 flights were cancelled, MTR lines halted and the Hang Seng Index dropped sharply. Chief Executive Carrie Lam blamed protesters for "destroying Hong Kong" and rejected their demands.

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