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Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing Kee 'in safe house'

A Hong Kong bookseller who was due to lead the city's annual pro-democracy march has dropped out, because of fears for his personal safety.

Lam Wing Kee, one of five booksellers who went missing last year, says he has been physically followed by strangers.

Albert Ho, a lawmaker who has been advising 61-year-old Mr Lam, told the BBC's Juliana Liu that arrangements had been made for Mr Lam to go to a safe house.

  • 01 Jul 2016
  • From the section China
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