Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters
Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters

Beijing to free three women activists after one month's detention, lawyers say

Decision comes after international pressure calling for their release, although fate of two others remains unclear

Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters
Clockwise: Li Tingting, Wei Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong and Wang Man are seen in portraits used during a protest calling for their release in Hong Kong on Saturday. The legal fate of Li and Wu is not yet known. Photo: Reuters
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