CBS and three other US outlets have been asked to submit information about their China operations within seven days. Photo: Shutterstock
CBS and three other US outlets have been asked to submit information about their China operations within seven days. Photo: Shutterstock

China targets journalists from US media amid row over Hong Kong national security law

  • Foreign ministry says Associated Press, CBS, NPR and UPI have been asked to provide information on operations in country within seven days
  • Move follows US decision to register Chinese state media as foreign missions and the ongoing row over law deemed to undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy

CBS and three other US outlets have been asked to submit information about their China operations within seven days. Photo: Shutterstock
CBS and three other US outlets have been asked to submit information about their China operations within seven days. Photo: Shutterstock
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