One of the largest remaining independent media outlets in Hong Kong shut itself down Wednesday. The closure came after police raided its offices, arrested editors and board members, and accused them of “sedition.” As Nick Schifrin reports, the death of Stand News, is another significant step in China’s Hong Kong crackdown.
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