Radio Free Asia shuts Hong Kong bureau under national security law

HONG KONG: Radio Free Asia (RFA) has shuttered its Hong Kong bureau due to safety concerns under the city’s national security law, marking a significant blow to media freedoms.

Bay Fang, RFA’s president, stated that while the outlet will maintain its official media registration, it will no longer have full-time staff in Hong Kong.

“Actions by Hong Kong authorities, including referring to RFA as a ‘foreig

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