Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP
Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP
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Justice should have been seen to be done

  • The trial of 12 Hong Kong fugitives in a court may have divided opinion, but claims by relatives, diplomats and some members of the media that they were denied entry to the hearing underline the need for greater transparency

Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP
Supporters march in Taipei in October to demand the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters who had been arrested by Chinese authorities. Photo: AP
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