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Hong Kong's veteran pro-democracy activists defiant as they hear charges in court

Reuters Monday, 18 May 2020 ()
Some of the 15 pro-democracy activists arrested in police raids in Hong Kong showed defiance on Monday as they appeared in court to hear charges of participating in illegal anti-government demonstrations last year.
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News video: Hong Kong pro-democracy figures appeared in court to face charges relating to anti-government protests last year

Hong Kong pro-democracy figures appeared in court to face charges relating to anti-government protests last year 00:44

HONG KONG - 15 high-profile pro-democracy figures appeared at Rival groups gathered outside West Kowloon Magistracy on Monday afternoon, as there on charges relating to anti-government protests last year. The list of defendants included veteran democrats Martin Lee and Margaret Ng, and Apple Daily...

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