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Prominent pro-democracy Hong Kong activist faces up to three years over his role in anti-government protests last year. To find out more about the Nobel Peace Prize-nominated Umbrella Movement leader, read his Lunch with the FT, published last year:

Prominent activist Joshua Wong has been detained as Hong Kong cracks down on the pro-democracy movement

Prominent Hong Kong democracy campaigner Joshua Wong and fellow activists Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam were jailed Monday after pleading guilty to charges related to a protest outside police headquarters last year

Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong says he plans to plead guilty to charges related to a demonstration outside police headquarters during anti-government protests last year.

Prominent Hong Kong's pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong to plead guilty to protest charges

▶️ Three high-profile activists in Hong Kong were taken into custody Monday after pleading guilty to charges related to a protest outside a police headquarters last June. 👉 3 Hong Kong Prominent Pro-Democracy Activists in Custody

Three prominent Hong Kong activists face jail after pleading guilty to inciting an "illegal assembly " outside the city's main police station during last year's pro-democracy protests #AFP  looks at Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam

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Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong and two other activists were taken into custody after they pleaded guilty to charges related to a demonstration last year.

Prominent Hong Kong dissident @joshuawongcf  announced he and two other leading activists will plead guilty at the opening of a trial over their involvement in last year's protests, adding he expects to be jailed -- @AFP 

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“We’re not afraid to question authority” Student protesters in Thailand are being supported by those in Hong Kong, and employing some of the same tactics Prominent activists from both sides explain why

The Hong Kong police arrested Jimmy Lai, a media mogul and prominent critic of Beijing, on charges of violating the new national security law, making him the most high-profile target of the sweeping legislation

Hong Kong police arrest media tycoon Jimmy Lai under national security law for allegedly colluding with foreign forces, local media report. Joshua Wong, one of the city’s most prominent activists, says on Twitter that he strongly condemns Lai’s arrest.

#hongkong Prominent Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow looks out of a car window while being driven away by police from her home after she was arrested under the new national security law in Hong Kong late on August 10, 2020. #AFP 

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#Breaking Jimmy Lai, a Hong Kong media mogul and one of the city's most prominent pro-democracy figures, was reportedly arrested on Monday under Beijing's new national security law.

#UPDATE  Prominent Hong Kong democracy activist #AgnesChow  was arrested late Monday under China's new national security, a police source and a statement on her verified Facebook account said

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The sweep on Saturday was the biggest crackdown on prominent pro-democracy figures in Hong Kong in recent memory

Prominent Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong on Sunday urged the German government to stop military training assistance to China following the appearance of Chinese troops on the streets of the protest-hit Asian financial hub, a German daily reported

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Hong Kong authorities barred Joshua Wong, a prominent democracy activist, from running in district council elections next month. Wong said the decision showed that China’s central government was manipulating the election.

Hong Kong police say they have frozen about $9 million in funds raised by anti-government protesters, and arrested four members of a prominent fundraising group on allegations of money laundering

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