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In Hong Kong, yesterday, a general strike and protests against the 'Extradition Act' have occurred and a 'traffic disaster' has occurred. Police clashed with protesters, and several men attacked the protesters.


In Hong Kong, yesterday (May 5), a general strike and demonstrations against the "Extradition Act" led to a "traffic crisis". Police clashed with protesters, and several men attacked the protesters.

Beijing correspondent.


A dozen men in white robbing each other and attacking protesters against the Hong Kong criminal Indian bill.

When the protesters threw objects back and fought back, men in white clothes waved the weapon.

A similar incident resembled the 'white terror', which indiscriminately assaulted protesters in Yancheng District, Hong Kong on the 21st of last month.

Yesterday in Hong Kong, after a general strike involving 500,000 people, concurrent band rallies continued until late at night.

Hundreds of flights were canceled as airline and airport employees participated in the strike, and paralysis of commuting to the subway and bus stopping demonstrations was paralyzed.

The 9th week of protests in Hong Kong is becoming increasingly anti-Chinese sentiment.

The demonstrators dragged the Chinese flag down to the sea yesterday following the last three days.

The Secretary of State Carrylam has issued a hardline policy.

[Carriam / Hong Kong Executive Secretary: The widespread chaos and violence are causing great concern for most Hong Kong citizens.]

Hong Kong police have arrested more than 500 protesters since June, including 82 people arrested yesterday.

Foreign experts said yesterday that the general strike was the biggest chaos in more than 50 years after the 1967 protests against Britain.

Source: sbskr

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