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Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong jailed for protest

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong was jailed for three months Wednesday for obstructing clearance of a major encampment during mass pro-democracy protests in 2014, the second time he has been imprisoned over the rallies.

Wong, 21, who had pleaded guilty to the contempt charge, was already on bail pending an appeal over a six- month sentence for another offence related to the Umbrella Movement.


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