Hong Kong journalists accuse police of targeting the press

Journalists say their job is getting harder because of heavy-handed tactics and obstruction in Hong Kong.

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    Journalists in Hong Kong say their jobs are becoming harder to do, as the protests continue.

    They accuse Beijing of gagging debate and say local police are cracking down with unreasonable force.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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