Fewer protesters turned out on the streets on Saturday, days after Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced the formal withdrawal of the extradition bill that sparked the worst unrest in the city in decades.There was no tear gas used or petrol bombs thrown at the start of the 14th weekend of anti-government protests, and the large-scale violence seen in previous weekends was avoided, but a handful of demonstrators were arrested.Strong pre-emptive police and government…