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3 Hong Kong Activists Jailed For Role In 2014 'Umbrella' Protests

Joshua Wong was the 17-year-old face of massive pro-democracy protests in the semiautonomous city. Now, he and two others have been given stricter sentences that bar them from office for five years.
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