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Foreign journalists dragged away at #MeToo court case

By AFP
05 December 2020   |   9:03 am
Chinese police stopped foreign reporters, including one from AFP, covering #MeToo supporters gathering outside a Beijing court on Wednesday as a sexual harassment case against a powerful Chinese media figure began.

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