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Hong Kong sentenced a student activist to three years and seven months in prison after he pleaded guilty to secession, as authorities use a Beijing-drafted national security law to crack down on political dissent.

Tony Chung, 20, had faced as many as seven years behind bars after pleading guilty earlier this month to seeking to separate Hong Kong from mainland China between July and October 2020.

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