Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police officers warn protesters to stop as the crowd smashes windows of the Legislative Council Complex in Admiralty during a protest against the extradition bill on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty. Photo: Sam Tsang
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