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Singapore diplomat defends 'fake news' law in Hong Kong paper

Reuters Tuesday, 31 December 2019
A Singapore diplomat defended the Asian city-state's controversial law against "fake news" in a letter published on Tuesday in the South China Morning Post, saying the Hong Kong newspaper reported untrue accusations about the measure.
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