Hong Kong activists promise more protests

For many protesters their movement is more than the extradition bill, it's about Hong Kong's relationship with China.

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    A memorial service has been held in Hong Kong for a protester who committed suicide.

    The government has made concessions after widespread demonstrations forced the cancellation of an extradition bill.

    But activists say they haven't gone far enough and promised more protests.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Hong Kong.


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