Snaking queues at Hong Kong news stands

The end of the popular tabloid, which mixes pro-democracy discourse with racy celebrity gossip and investigations of those in power, has raised alarm over media freedom and other rights in the Chinese-ruled city.

"I'm really sad," said Hong Kong resident Marsin Lok, who was amongst the queue. "I want to leave it for the next generation to read, even though it's lost history, we don't know if they will come back. But, it's our responsibility to let people in the future to know about this."

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