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Hong Kong veteran activists arrive at court for huge protest sentencing

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Veteran pro-democracy activists arrive at a Hong Kong court to receive their sentences after being convicted for their roles in organising and participating in one of the biggest democracy protests that had engulfed the city in 2019. IMAGES

Added on the 16/04/2021 05:22:42 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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