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Agnes Chow questioned by Hong Kong police

Democracy activist Agnes Chow spoke to reporters after being questioned by police in Hong Kong, Sept.1.

HONG KONG -- Pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow reported to Hong Kong authorities Tuesday for questioning less than a month after her arrest under the national security legislation imposed by Beijing.

Chow told reporters afterward that investigators had showed her an advertisement that ran last year in Nikkei concerning the Hong Kong democracy movement as one piece of evidence leading to her arrest in August.

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