About 40 Hong Kong residents and Japanese gathered Thursday evening in central Osaka to protest extradition legislation that would allow Hong Kong residents to be sent to mainland China to face trial.

The demonstration came on the eve of the Group of 20 summit, which will include a closely watched meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. It also came as protests in Hong Kong continued Wednesday, with activists calling on world leaders to take up the extradition legislation issue with Xi.

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