Leaders of the Chinese-ruled city’s democracy movement were jailed in August, dealing a blow to the youth-led push for universal suffrage

Hong Kong’s highest court has granted bail to two prominent young democracy activists, Joshua Wong and Nathan Law, who were jailed for unlawful assembly linked to the city’s large-scale pro-democracy protests in 2014.

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