Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee
Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s Apple Daily to stop publishing online at midnight, printing 1 million copies for its final edition on Thursday

  • Shutdown after 26 years follows morning arrest under national security law of lead editorial writer, in the latest police swoop on the tabloid-style newspaper
  • ‘We thank our readers for joining us. We have fought a good war,’ paper tells readers as it prepares to publish for the last time

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee
Apple Daily executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung puts the finishing touches to the newspaper’s final print edition. Photo: Dickson Lee
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