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Two German students arrested for 'unlawful assembly' over Hong Kong protests

Terra Daily Monday, 18 November 2019
Two German students arrested for 'unlawful assembly' over Hong Kong protestsHong Kong (AFP) Nov 15, 2019

Two German students were arrested in Hong Kong for "unlawful assembly" linked to ongoing unrest in the city, police said early Saturday. The students, aged 22 and 23, were arrested on Thursday for suspected participation in an illegal assembly, police said. Police did not release their identities but said the 22-year-old also faces charges of violating Hong Kong's anti-mask regulation.
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