Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai jailed after bail revoked

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai jailed after bail revoked

Hong Kong’s highest court has revoked media tycoon Jimmy Lai’s bail after prosecutors succeeded in asking the judges to send him back to detention

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Hong Kong Activists Caught Fleeing Sentenced to Up to 3 Years in Prison by Mainland Court

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Hong Kong Activists Caught Fleeing Sentenced to Up to 3 Years in Prison by Mainland Court

BY NATALIE LUNG AND KARI LINDBERG / BLOOMBERG

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 29, 2020

hina sentenced Hong Kong activists detained on the mainland to up to three years in prison over a dramatic attempt to flee by boat, a verdict that defied international calls for their release.

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Hong Kong democracy activists caught at sea go on trial in China

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Hong Kong democracy activists caught at sea go on trial in China

28 December 2020

Taiwanese and local Hong Kong residents march in Taipei holding placards in support of the 12 Hong Kong democracy activists
Supporters in Taiwan have rallied for the release of the 12 Hong Kongers detained in China. GETTY IMAGES

Ten of 12 Hong Kong democracy activists arrested at sea as they tried to flee to Taiwan by speedboat have gone on trial in mainland China.

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The exiles and the inmates: The heart-wrenching hand dealt to Hong Kong’s democracy activists

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The exiles and the inmates: The heart-wrenching hand dealt to Hong Kong’s democracy activists

By Jenni MarshJames GriffithsAngela Dewan, and Sarah Faidell, CNN

December 20, 2020

Hong Kong and London (CNN)In the dark small hours, two recurring nightmares terrorize the sleep of Eddie Chu. In the first, he is lost overseas and cannot get home toHong Kong. In the second, the former lawmaker is day tripping with his nine-year-old daughter.

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Hong Kong’s highest court upholds ban on masks at protests

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Hong Kong’s highest court upholds ban on masks at protests

By Shibani Mahtani

Dec. 20, 2020

HONG KONG — Hong Kong’s highest court ruled in favor of the government Monday in upholding its use of a colonial-era law to unilaterally ban masks at the height of protests last year, reversing a lower court’s ruling.

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