New Hong Kong law to censor old movies for security breaches

Authorities have embarked on a sweeping crackdown to root out Beijing’s critics after pro-democracy protests

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EU court tells Poland to pay €1 million a day

Poland has been embroiled in a long-running dispute with Brussels over judicial reforms it says

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Adopt cordial approach, Iran tells Taliban

Afghanistan’s six neighbouring countries meet in Tehran to chart the roadmap for an inclusive govt.

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China regulator says will step up efforts to build ‘civilised internet’

In recent months, regulators have wielded a wide-ranging crackdown against the technology and other sectors.

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