Hong Kong police detain three former Apple Daily editors under security law


Hong Kong’s national security police detained two former senior staff of shuttered pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on Wednesday, shortly after they arrested the paper’s former executive editor-in-chief. Local media reported that the paper’s former deputy chief editor Chan Pui-man and managing editor Fung Wai-kong, who had already been arrested for “colluding with foreign forces”, were […]

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