Police officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: ReutersPolice officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: Reuters
Police officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong police scheme to give only ‘trusted media’ access to cordoned off areas draws press backlash

  • Police chief declines to say whether force has a list of mistrusted outlets
  • Journalists from local outfit as well as foreign wire services among those barred from attending briefing at Apple Daily offices on Monday

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Police officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: ReutersPolice officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: Reuters
Police officers stand guard outside the headquarters of Apple Daily and Next Media. Photo: Reuters
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