Hong Kong court convicts 3 members of Tiananmen vigil group for security offence


By Jessie Pang HONG KONG (Reuters) – Three former members of a Hong Kong group that organised annual vigils to mark China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, were found guilty on Saturday of not complying with a national security police request for information. Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist and barrister Chow Hang-tung, 38, was among those convicted by the magistrate court. Chow is a

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