Lam withdraws extradition bill, but protesters aren't appeased

The World

Carrie Lam, the chief executive of Hong Kong, announced that an extradition bill that sparked weeks-long protests would formally be withdrawn. But it's only one of five demands the protesters have — and many are saying too little, too late. Demonstrations are expected to continue. The World's Patrick Winn weighs in.

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