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Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law: Aide

Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law: Aide

10/8/2020 3:41:00 AM

Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law: Aide

HONG 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.

"Jimmy Lai is being arrested for collusion with foreign powers at this time," Mark Simon, a colleague of Lai's, wrote on Twitter. Read more: The Straits Times »

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