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11 Jul 2021
Fung Wai-kong is the seventh executive at the shuttered pro-democracy newspaper to be arrested under the auspices of a national security law in recent weeks. He was reportedly trying to board a plane to the UK.
24 Jun 2021
In its final edition, the newspaper said it was a "victim of tyranny." The publication's 1 million copies were sold out before noon.
23 Jun 2021
Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily is to cease its print and online operations on Saturday. Its publishing company cited "the current circumstances prevailing in Hong Kong."
22 Jun 2021
The pro-democracy newspaper has been a frequent critic of the Chinese government. Now, Apple Daily's future is hanging by a thread after a series of clampdowns.

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