Five Hong Kong journalists are expelled from Wukan as authorities offer $3,000 to people who turn in ‘foreign forces’
Along-running dispute in the village of Wukan over land rights and the arrest of their leader led to a violent crackdown by authorities on Tuesday. The police response included rounding up journalists from Hong Kong and offering to pay local residents for information on the whereabouts of "foreign forces," whom authorities blame for the unrest.
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