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TAKE A LOOK-Hong Kong pushes ahead with controversial extradition bill

June 8 (Reuters) - Hong Kong is pushing for sweeping legal changes that would for the first time allow fugitives captured in Hong Kong to be sent to mainland China for trial.

The proposal, and official refusals to back down, have sparked growing outrage in the business, diplomatic and legal communities, which fear corrosion of the legal autonomy of Hong Kong and the difficulty of guaranteeing a fair trial in China.

Following are Reuters top stories on the news:

> EXPLAINER-Why extradition bill is fuelling fears

> HK lawyers protest extradition bill in rare march

> Extradition bill a "terrible blow" -Patten

> Bill is 'final nail' in HK's coffin -activist

> Pupils petition against extradition bill

> HK introduces concessions to extradition bill

> UK, Canada express concern over proposed bill

> EU lodges formal diplomatic note against HK bill

> HK activists get Germany asylum, denounce bill

> HK leader presses on, undeterred by critics

> Pompeo meets Hong Kong pro-democracy leader

> HK lawmakers clash over extradition bill

> Bill seen raising risks for U.S. interests

> HK law could instil fear, says Taiwan official

> Spectre of bill spreads as HK bookseller flees

> Thousands rally to protest extradition bill

> HK launches extradition law despite opposition

> Protesters arrested over proposed extradition law


> HK judges see risks in proposed extradition bill


> Corporate clout on the line in Hong Kong fight

> Hong Kong fumbles its China extradition fix

> Hong Kong's China extradition experiment unnerves


> Independence advocates fear reach of planned bill

(Compiled By Anne Marie Roantree)