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New York Times pulls journalists out of Hong Kong due to threat of 'sweeping' new security law

Independent Wednesday, 15 July 2020
While correspondents covering Hong Kong will remain, about a third of paper's staff set to leave as Asia digital hub is relocated to Seoul
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