Hong Kong journalists warn of new threat to media freedom

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    Journalists in Hong Kong are warning of a new threat to media freedom. Police have announced a new definition of what constitutes recognised media. The change follows China’s leaders imposing the controversial and widely condemned security law three months ago. Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from Hong Kong. –

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