Journalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton LiJournalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton Li
Journalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton Li

‘More than 1,500’ join journalists’ silent march in Hong Kong, accusing police of mistreating media during extradition bill protests and demanding Carrie Lam steps in to defend press freedom

  • Reporters accuse police of attacking them during city unrest as they call for officers to respect media role during protests
  • March takes press and its supporters to police headquarters before moving onto Hong Kong leader’s office

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Journalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton LiJournalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton Li
Journalists, lecturers, colleagues and commentators take to the streets to condemn what they described as police violence. Photo: Warton Li
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