Controversy as Hong Kong scraps 24-hour BBC World Service radio channel and replaces it with state radio from China

A BBC World Service channel has been dropped from Hong Kong’s airwaves and replaced with state radio from China. It comes amid growing tension between Hong Kong and Beijing’s ruling Communist Party leaders over the future of the region. A petition has …
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