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Grandma Wong: Hong Kong protester who disappeared says she was held in mainland China for months

WorldNews Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
Grandma Wong: Hong Kong protester who disappeared says she was held in mainland China for monthsA well-known Hong Kong protester who earned the moniker of “Grandma Wong” has made her first public appearance in 14 months after vanishing in around August last year. Human rights organisations had raised fears about where Alexandra Wong, who could often be seen brandishing a British flag at democracy...
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