Phoenix Un Two men who allegedly attacked pro-democracy activists and others inside Yuen Long MTR station on July 21 have been charged with rioting. The names of the pair, aged 48 and 54, were not revealed, but they will be known soon enough as they are to appear in Fan Ling Magistrates' Court today... (Date:08/22/2019 21:26) Read full article >>

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