The extradition bill protest march, a first ever on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong, drew an estimated 230,000, according to organisers. Photo: Edmond So

Mass protest draws tens of thousands to streets of Kowloon in march against Hong Kong extradition bill

  • Protesters march through shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui to cross-border high-speed rail terminus in hope of explaining cause to mainland Chinese visitors
  • Organisers say 230,000 took part – far more than expected – while police put figure at 56,000
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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The extradition bill protest march, a first ever on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong, drew an estimated 230,000, according to organisers. Photo: Edmond So
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Protesters clash with police officers in Shan Tung Street in Mong Kok on Sunday night. Photo: Sam Tsang

Protesters and police fight pitched battles in late-night showdown after mass rally against Hong Kong extradition bill

  • Thousands of protesters converge on Mong Kok after earlier march passed off without incident
  • Police say they arrested six people in connection with the march and the clashes that followed
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Protesters clash with police officers in Shan Tung Street in Mong Kok on Sunday night. Photo: Sam Tsang
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