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Hong Kong police arrest high-profile democracy activists

Belfast Telegraph Saturday, 18 April 2020
Police in Hong Kong have arrested at least 14 veteran pro-democracy politicians, activists and a media tycoon on charges of joining unlawful protests last year.
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Hong Kong police arrested 15 activists, including veteran politicians, a publishing tycoon and senior barristers, in raids on Saturday in the biggest crackdown on the city's pro-democracy movement since the outbreak of mass protests last year. Olivia Chan reports.

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