Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images
Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images

Chinese journalist tells of upset caused when Australian intelligence agents raided his home

  • Yang Jingzhong says more than 10 police and security officers searched his flat for seven hours, confiscated his devices and documents
  • Former head of Xinhua’s Sydney bureau says it was never clearly explained to him why he was targeted

Topic |   Australia
Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images
Yang Jingzhong says he was still asleep in his Sydney home when Australian intelligence officers and police came knocking. Photo: Getty Images
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