Hong Kong 'Umbrella' protesters sentenced to jail terms
Wednesday, 24 April 2019
A court sentenced two of the leaders of 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations to 16 months in jail.
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CNN reports a group of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong on Wednesday were handed sentences of up to 16 months in prison for their role in the "umbrella movement" rallies in 2014. A district court judge sentenced law professor Benny Tai, retired sociology professor Chan Kin-man, and retired pastor... Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activist Leaders Jailed 00:58
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