The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg
The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg

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Where does the Apple Daily raid fit into Hong Kong’s enforcement of national security law?

  • Monday’s raid on the Apple Daily offices was the largest of its kind, involving some 200 officers
  • But the arrests of publisher Jimmy Lai and others were just the latest in a steady drumbeat of actions taken under the new national security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg
The Next Digital Ltd. offices, which house the newsroom of the Apple Daily newspaper, are seen behind a fence in Hong Kong on Monday. Photo: Bloomberg
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