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National Security Law in Hong Kong: press freedom in grave danger after a year of endless attacks

By hytang
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NewsThe National Security Law imposed by Beijing just a year ago has been used to justify multiple abuses in Hong Kong, including the detention of journalists and the shutdown of Apple Daily newspaper. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on democracies to step up pressure on the Chinese regime to prevent it from dismantling what remains of press freedom in the territory.

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