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Hong Kong 'Umbrella' protesters sentenced to jail terms

The News Articles Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Hong Kong 'Umbrella' protesters sentenced to jail termsSymbol copyright EPA Symbol caption Chan Family members-man, left, and Benny Tai, centre, was once jailed for 16 months whilst Chu Yiu-ming, proper, were given a suspended sentence 4 Hong Kong activists were sentenced to as much as 16 months in jail for his or her function in pro-democracy demonstrations. 4 others gained suspended sentences …
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News video: Demonstrators Attend Vigil After Sentencing of Umbrella Movement Activists

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A vigil was held on the evening of April 24 outside of Hong Kong’s Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre, the facility where leaders behind the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement protests in 2014 were taken after their sentencing that day. The nine people sentenced included Benny Tai Yiu-ting, Chan Kin-man,...

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