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Hong Kong Student Protest Leaders Avoid Jail Time

Three Hong Kong student activists received sentences Monday for their roles in leading the the pro-democracy "Umbrella Revolution" street demonstrations in 2014. Joshua Wong and Nathan Law were convicted last month for taking part in an unlawful assembly.  They were sentenced to several hours of community service.   Alex Chow, who was found guilty of inciting others to join an unlawful assembly, received a three-week prison sentence, but Magistrate June Cheung...

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