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Hong Kong democracy paper defiant as executives charged under security law

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Hong Kong police charged two executives from the pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper on Friday using a powerful new security law, a day after the company's newsroom was raided over articles it had published. FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry tells us more.

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