Court grants 10 Sunflower Movement protesters compensation

10/31/2019 03:11 PM
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Taipei, Oct. 31 (CNA) Ten protesters of the Sunflower Movement who suffered injuries when forcibly removed by police from the Executive Yuan complex in 2014, will receive state compensation totaling over NT$1.11 million (US$36,197), the Taipei District Court ruled Wednesday.

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