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Hong Kong activists retreat as China-style justice comes to their city

One judge said bail hearings were reminiscent of ‘show trials’ used by China to publicly humiliate and ultimately break political opponents

Hong Kong’s Jimmy Lai faces 14 months in prison for pro-democracy...

Lai was found guilty in two separate trials for unauthorised assemblies from 2019

Jailed Hong Kong media mogul urges journalists to ‘seek justice’

But he also told staff at his pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily to be careful and not to take huge risks

Hong Kong’s Jimmy Lai among three pleading guilty to illegal assembly

Sentences to be handed down later, maximum possible punishment is five years in prison

Veteran Hong Kong democrats found guilty in landmark unlawful assembly case

Among seven prominent democrats guilty of unauthorized assembly charges are Catholics Martin Lee and Jimmy Lai

Court in China sends activist to prison for opposing national security...

Zhang Wuzhou found guilty of ‘obstructing public officials’ and ‘picking quarrels and stirring up trouble’

Hong Kong democracy activists set to return from China after jail...

During detention in Shenzhen, mainland authorities denied their families and lawyers access

3 more activists granted bail in Hong Kong subversion case

Case is being closely watched by those concerned with the shrinking space for dissent in Hong Kong

21 Hong Kong activists remain in custody after court rejects bail...

Activists are accused of organizing and participating in an unofficial, non-binding primary poll in July 2020

Court releases one Hong Kong activist on bail in case involving...

Case offers an insight into how Beijing’s security law clashes with Hong Kong’s common-law traditions

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