Hong Kong Activist Sentenced to 6 Years for Clash With Police

HONG KONG — A Hong Kong activist was sentenced to six years in prison on Monday for his role in a 2016 clash between protesters and the police over unlicensed street vendors selling traditional snacks during the Lunar New Year. The activist, Edward Leung …
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