Will Hong Kong withdraw extradition bill?
Thousands of people dressed in black flood Hong Kong streets after the expiry of a deadline protesters set for the government to scrap a controversial extradition bill.
Demonstrators, mostly students, gathered peacefully outside the legislature to protest Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam who promoted and then postponed the bill after mass protests last week.
"We want the law to be withdrawn, not suspended. I will stay here until tonight, at 10 p.m. maybe. If the government doesn't respond, we will come again."