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Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai guilty of staging unauthorized anti-govt rally

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Hong Kong, Apr 1 (EFE/EPA).- Hong Kong press magnate Jimmy Lai and six other former opposition deputies were found guilty Thursday of organizing and participating in an unauthorized anti-government demonstration. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE). SHOT LIST: A PROTEST OUTSIDE THE WEST KOWLOON COURT BUILDINGS IN HONG KONG, CHINA.

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