Former Hong Kong leader avoids conviction in bribery case

Hong Kong’s former chief executive has avoided conviction on a bribery charge after a jury returned a hung verdict for a second time.

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    Hong Kong’s former chief executive has avoided conviction on a bribery charge after a jury returned a hung verdict for a second time.

    Donald Tsang has walked free from court but his future remains uncertain as he appeals another related conviction and a potential retrial.

    Al Jazeera’s Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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