Hong Kong protests: students sentenced to correctional training and fined HK$285,000 in total for damaging rail facilities
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Two Hong Kong students were sentenced to correctional training and ordered to pay around HK$285,000 (US$36,500) in total for vandalising three rail stations during an anti-government protest about three months ago.College student Edgar Kwok, 17, and another 15-year-old student, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted defacing three Light Rail stations in Tuen Mun during the early hours on September 7. Prosecutors said the students had vandalised five ticketing machines and seven Octopus