In another blow to the city’s democracy, seven of Hong Kong’s most prominent pro-democracy leaders were convicted of unlawful assembly on Thursday and could face up to five years in jail. Nick Schifrin focuses on three of those convicted and their fight against an increasingly aggressive Beijing.
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