Protesters march along Tsim Sha Tsui in the latest protest, a largely peaceful one, against the extradition bill. Photo: Felix Wong

More than 230,000 take to the streets of Kowloon for the first time against Hong Kong’s extradition bill, organiser says

  • Security strengthened at West Kowloon station as police and MTR Corp brace for trouble, with organisers claiming turnout is bigger than expected
  • Passengers at high-speed rail link face serious disruption hours before march even begins
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Protesters march along Tsim Sha Tsui in the latest protest, a largely peaceful one, against the extradition bill. Photo: Felix Wong
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