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Head of journalism union arrested in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, the head of the journalists’ union, Ronson Chan, has been arrested. Chan, the chair of the journalists’ union Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), was detained over allegedly disturbing public order and resisting a police officer, Bloomberg reported. According to the report, Chan’s employer, the online news platform Channel C, said the journalist had been taken away by police officers while reporting on a meeting of owners of public housing.

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