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Thailand detains Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A teenage student leader who helped organize massive pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in 2014 was detained in Thailand on Wednesday and barred from entering the country, immigration officials and supporters said, apparently at China's request.
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