Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law
HONG KONG — Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, one of the city's most vocal Beijing critics, was among seven people arrested Monday under a new national security law, deepening a crackdown on democracy supporters.
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Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law: AideHONG KONG (AFP) - Jimmy Lai, a Hong Kong media mogul and one of the city's most prominent pro-democracy figures, was arrested on Monday (Aug 10) under Beijing's new national security law, a close aide and a police source said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under national security law: top aide[HONG KONG] Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been arrested over suspected collusion with foreign forces under the new national security law, his top aide said on Twitter, in what is the highest-profile arrest yet under the legislation. Read more at The Business Times.
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security lawHong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, one of the city's most vocal Beijing critics, was arrested Monday under a new national security law for colluding ...
Hong Kong privacy chief Tony Lam says US 'doxxed' leader Carrie Lam and other sanctioned officialsHONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Hong Kong's privacy chief criticised the US Treasury Department for 'doxxing' Chief Executive Carrie Lam and other officials by releasing their personal information as part of its sanctions on them.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
China to decide fate of Hong Kong legislature after term expiresBEIJING (AFP) - Chinese lawmakers met on Saturday (Aug 8) to decide on how to deal with the legislative vacuum left by postponing Hong Kong elections.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Beijing's top Hong Kong office says US sanctions are 'clowning actions' and 'ridiculous'[HONG KONG] Beijing's top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were 'clowning actions' that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people. Read more at The Business Times.