The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency
The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency

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The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency
The five booksellers – made up of three Hong Kong citizens, one Swedish national and Lee, a British citizen – disappeared separately from Thailand, Hong Kong and Shenzhen from October to December last year. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency
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