Hong Kong student activist, 20, is jailed for six months for ‘unlawful assembly’ after leading the ‘Umbrella Movement’ to demand democracy from Beijing

Three high profile young leaders of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement rallies in 2014 have been jailed for their role in the pro-democracy protests. Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow have been sentenced to six months, eight months and seven months …
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