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Hong Kong disqualifies democracy activist Joshua Wong from district elections

Reuters Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Hong Kong's government disqualified prominent pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong from upcoming district elections on Tuesday, a move likely to sow further discord in a city hit by five months of anti-government unrest.
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