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Hong Kong 'Umbrella' protesters sentenced to jail terms

BBC News Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Hong Kong 'Umbrella' protesters sentenced to jail termsA 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...

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