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Saturday marked one month since Hong Kong’s pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily ceased operations after 26 years in circulation, as concerns linger about the future of press freedom in the territory.

Known for its pro-democratic stance and fearless criticism of the Chinese Communist Party, Apple Daily was forced to shut down after the Hong Kong government froze its assets.

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