Hong Kong Police Arrest Media Outlet Editors Under New National Security Law
Using a sweeping national security law, Hong Kong police raided a prominent newspaper’s office and arrested five editorial executives. It’s the latest blow to civil liberties in the region.
NPR’s Emily Feng reports from Beijing.
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