Hong Kong protesters rally again to demand freedoms from China

Now in third week, demonstrations morph into wider call for civil liberties timed as G20 summit set to take off.

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    Hong Kong's protesters show no signs of flagging after China suspended a proposed extradition law that allows suspects to be brought to the mainland for trial.

    They are demanding an unequivocal withdrawal of the bill, an investigation into police violence and the resignation of the territory's chief executive.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Hong Kong.


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