A group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan YuA group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan Yu
A group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan Yu

US-based Hongkongers ask United Nations to help resolve extradition bill crisis

  • Group of 10 students and professionals gather outside UN headquarters in New York
  • Crowdsourced letters say rule of law has broken down in the city and call for international intervention

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan YuA group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan Yu
A group of Hongkongers tried to deliver a letter to the United Nations in New York on Wednesday in support of the protesters in their home city. Photo: Xinyan Yu
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