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Hong Kong court rejects appeal by protest leader Edward Leung

Reuters Wednesday, 29 April 2020
A Hong Kong court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by pro-democracy activist Edward Leung against a six-year jail term for his part in demonstrations in the Chinese-ruled city in 2016 that turned violent.
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