Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA
Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA

Japan to deport Diaoyu activists, including five who landed on disputed island

The 14 Chinese nationals who sailed to disputed islands, including seven protesters who landed, will be sent home without charge, reports say

Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA
Hong Kong activist Koo Sze-yiu protests as he arrives at the port of Naha on Okinawa yesterday in handcuffs, escorted by Japanese police. Photo: EPA
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