Hong Kong court denies bail to Jimmy Lai over fraud charges
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Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai denied bail in fraud case
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Who is Hong Kong’s ‘goddess of democracy' Agnes Chow?
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Three prominent Hong Kong activists jailed
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Hong Kong activist Wong given 13 months prison
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Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong jailed for 2019 ‘illegal assembly’
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HK activist Joshua Wong arrives for sentencing
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Hong Kong policies: Carrie Lam defends new security law
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Hong Kong’s Joshua Wong taken into custody after guilty plea
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Hong Kong activists detained for illegal assembly
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Hong Kong’s tour bus “cemetery”
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Hong Kong students chant pro-democracy slogans in rare act of defiance
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Former Hong Kong pro-democracy politicians arrested
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Three ex-lawmakers arrested in Hong Kong
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China defends rule that led to Hong Kong politicians' dismissal
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Majority of Hong Kong's opposition politicians resign
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