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Hong Kong cardinal arrives in court over protest defence fund


Ninety-year-old retired Catholic cardinal Joseph Zen arrives at court Tuesday to face charges of failing to register a protest defence fund, after initially being arrested under Hong Kong's national security law. Zen is one of Asia's highest-ranking Catholic clerics. IMAGES

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