Hong Kong gov't warns protests pushing city to 'dangerous edge'

Hundreds of people blocked major roads after a largely peaceful protest earlier.

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    Hong Kong's government has warned that illegal protests are pushing the territory to what it is calling an "extremely dangerous edge".

    Hundreds of people have blocked major roads after a largely peaceful protest earlier.

    Activists are angry over a proposed extradition law and the police response to the protests.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Hong Kong.


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