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Hong Kong media tycoon arrives for security law bail verdict

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Hong Kong's top court is set to hand down a judgement on Tuesday in the first legal challenge to Beijing's sweeping national security law, deciding whether Jimmy Lai can be granted bail. IMAGES of Jimmy Lai arriving in van

Added on the 09/02/2021 03:04:36 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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