Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP
Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP

In wake of Apple Daily’s demise, European Parliament considers resolution on Hong Kong

  • European Parliament action would follow strong condemnation by the US and other Western countries
  • EU parliamentary resolutions are not binding but are seen as calls to action

Topic |   China-EU relations
Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP
Apple Daily journalists hold freshly printed copies of the newspaper's last edition on June 24 while acknowledging supporters gathered outside their office in Hong Kong. The pro-democracy tabloid was forced to close after 26 years under a sweeping new national security law. Photo: AFP
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