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Bookseller who fled Hong Kong attacked with red paint in Taiwan

Reuters Tuesday, 21 April 2020
A Hong Kong bookseller who fled to Taiwan amid fears of Chinese persecution was attacked on Tuesday by a man who threw red paint at him, just days before he was set to open a new bookshop in Taipei.
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