Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong sent back to jail

HONG KONG, China --- Prominent Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was sent back to prison Thursday after he lost an attempt to quash a jail sentence over his leadership of huge democracy protests five years ago. Wong, 22, became one of the most recognizable faces of the "Umbrella Movement" in 2014 which paralysed key intersections of the financial hub for more than two months. Protesters were demanding a greater say in how the city is run, including the right for Hong Kongers to directly elect the city's leader. The movement -- which took its name from the umbrellas protesters used to defend themselves against police -- failed to win any concessions from the city's pro-Bei...

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