Former Hong Kong leader guilty in unprecedented graft trial

Tsang, 72, served as Hong Kong’s leader, or chief executive, from 2005 to 2012. He becomes the highest-ranking current or former official convicted of corruption in the Asian financial hub, which prides itself on a reputation for clean governance.
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