‘Give Us a Chance,’ Hong Kong’s Leader Appeals to the Public, Saying Extradition Bill is Dead

Carrie Lam acknowledged that the public’s grievances stemmed from her government’s earlier efforts to push through the bill despite a public outcry.

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