Protesters Return to Hong Kong’s Streets, Rejecting Leader’s Apology

Protesters dismissed the apology by Carrie Lam as insincere and called for her resignation among a growing list of demands.

(Translated) ​ក្រុម​អ្នកតវ៉ា​បាន​វិលត្រឡប់​ទៅកាន់​ផ្លូវ​ហុងកុង​វិញ​ដោយ​បដិសេធ​ការសុំទោស​របស់​មេដឹកនាំ​ ក្រុម​អ្នកតវ៉ា​បាន​ច្រានចោល​ការសុំទោស​ដោយ​ Carrie Lam ​ថា​ជា​ភាពស្មោះត្រង់​និង​បាន​អំពាវនាវ​ឱ្យ​លា​លែង​ពី​តំណែង​របស់​នាង​ក្នុង​ចំណោយ​ការទាមទារ​កាន់តែ​ច្រើន​។

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