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hundreds and thousands of demonstrators dressed in black March through Hong Kong on Sunday cooling for the city's impossibly to carry them to step down just a day off to she indefinitely delayed a controversial extradition bell , it was a dramatic retreats box protest to say it's not enough , white ribbons and flowers appeared among the see if placards that for this man he's been hailed a masa after he fell to his death on Saturday while protesting from the top of the building a poignant moments of silence to remember him kicks off Sunday's March , lambs proposed bill would allow the extradition of people in Hong Kong both the locals on foreign is to stand trial on charges in China it has angered many in the city concerned it could threaten the rule of law that underpins Hong Kong status as an international financial hobby , lambs decision to delay the bill did little to quell public unrest this is a very sad that in time so %HESITATION that is good that we can see people getting United and then they all stand together as one , protests reached a peak of violence on Wednesday when demonstrators were met with tear gas and rubber bullets from home home police more than seventy people were injured prompting demonstrations on Sunday to make banners like these asking please note to shoot