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Hong Kong police raid pro-democracy newspaper and arrest owner under national security law

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Hong Kong pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai was arrested Monday while police raided his Apple Daily newspaper office, as part of a sweeping crackdown on dissent since China imposed a national security law on the city. of Jimmy LaiN°1PE4SA

Added on the 10/08/2020 10:23:32 - Copyright : AFP EN

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