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October 09, 2014
Joshua Wong, leader of the student movement, pauses as he talks to reporters outside the government headquarters...
Hong Kong, China
Joshua Wong, leader of the student movement, pauses as he talks to reporters outside the government headquarters...
Joshua Wong, leader of the student movement, pauses as he talks to reporters outside the government headquarters office in Hong Kong October 9, 2014. Democratic lawmakers in Hong Kong demanded anti-graft officers investigate a $6.4 million business payout to Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on Thursday, as political fallout grows from massive student-led protests calling for democracy in the Chinese-controlled city. The controversy ratchets up the pressure on the pro-Beijing leader just days after tens of thousands of people occupied the streets of the Asian financial centre and called for Leung to step down. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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