Hong Kong student leaders turn themselves in to police


HONG KONG: Student protest leaders including the teenage face of the pro-democracy movement, Joshua Wong, turned themselves in to police on Friday as Hong Kong authorities target prominent figures who spearheaded mass rallies. Police have vowed to investigate the “principal instigators” of protests for fully free leadership elections that lasted for more than two months and brought parts of the city to a standstill before rally camps were cleared in December. Wong, 18, was one of four leaders of the Scholarism campaign group requested to attend Wan Chai police headquarters on Friday morning as part of the investigation.



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