Six high-ranking employees of the defunct Hong Kong daily Apple Daily accept charges of conspiring with foreign forces based on the National Security Law. Only its founder, renowned government critic Jimmy Lai, pleaded not guilty at a public hearing in the city’s High Court on Monday. Prosecutors accuse the seven journalists of openly inciting foreign countries to take sanctions and hostile measures against Hong Kong on July 1, 2020, a day after the security law was introduced.
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