China detains Australian journalist working for Chinese state TV
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After the detention of CGTN news anchor Cheng Lei in China, two more Australian journalists were threatened, harassed, and forced to evacuate the country.

Hong Kong has wasted little time in curbing its citizens’ liberties by using the new security law to curtail peaceful speech and protests and arrest critics. This was evidenced last week by the arrest of prominent Hong Kong media owner Jimmy Lai, along with other journalists and activists, as well as sanctions against at least 11 Americans.

The Chinese government imposed sanctions on 11 Americans, which included legislators and leaders of IFEX members Human Rights Watch and Freedom House for their advocacy on Hong Kong’s democratic rights.