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Supporters of Hong Kong's Apple Daily gather outside court


Supporters gather as two executives from Hong Kong's pro-democracy Apple Daily are to appear at court charged with collusion after authorities deployed a sweeping security law to target the newspaper, a scathing critic of Beijing. Chief editor Ryan Law and CEO Cheung Kim-hung are accused of colluding with foreign forces to undermine China's national security over a series of articles that police said called for international sanctions. IMAGES

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