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
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

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
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
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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