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Hong Kong police, security chief issue ‘fake news’ warnings over media coverage of national security events


Hong Kong’s security chiefs have ramped up warnings against the spread of “pro-independence propaganda” and “fake news” in response to media coverage of events marking National Security Education Day, declaring police will make arrests where there is evidence the law has been broken.Police commissioner Chris Tang Ping-keung and senior ministers waded into a row on Friday over children handling weapons at official events promoting the national security law, and the involvement of youngsters in a…Read More

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