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55 views • November 20, 2019

U.S. SENATORS CONDEMN ATTACK ON HONG KONG PRINTING PRESS

Chen Tim
U.S. senators on Nov. 19 condemned an arson attack on the Hong Kong Epoch Times’ printing shop, saying it was part of a “disturbing trend” and the latest evidence that the Chinese regime would not uphold its promise in the territory. Early morning on Nov. 19 local time, four masked assailants, two of them carrying batons, carried containers filled with flammable liquid into the printing press of the Hong Kong edition of The Epoch Times. After pouring the liquid onto the floor, printing machines, and nearby stacks of papers, they set a fire. The incident is suspected to be the latest intimidation tactic of the Chinese Communist Party to discourage The Epoch Times from reporting on topics that could be sensitive to the Chinese regime.
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