Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through Hong Kong's streets for a seventh weekend, with demonstrations showing no signs of slowing down despite the death of a controversial extradition bill. The marchers gathered outside police and government headquarters demanding an inquiry into police brutality and a full withdrawal of the aforementioned bill. Sunday's protest follows an eventful Saturday in the city, which saw pro-police demonstrators take to the streets, as well as what is believed to be Hong Kong police's largest seizure of explosives. A bomb squad reportedly found pro-independence materials amid a cache of bombs and other weapons in a warehouse. It is unknown if the case is connected to the protests.

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