Hong Kong police arrests two pro-democracy lawmakers in relation to 2019 protests

August 26, 2020   |   Referencing article published by reuters.com
Police have arrested two Hong Kong opposition lawmakers in relation to anti-government protests in July last year, one of whom was suspected of rioting, the Democratic Party said on Wednesday.
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