International journalist Paula Bronstein of Getty taken away by Hong Kong Police

FCC issues notices expressing concern over tampering of press freedom in Hong Kong.

HK news footage shows Paula Bronstein, Getty Images award winning journalist, taking photos atop a private car in Mong Kok. Police officers approach her, ask her to come down from the car, and take her away. She voiced out her press identity to the police before she was taken away.

Foreign Correspondents’ Club FCC notices:

http://fcchk.org/article/protest-mongkok

http://fcchk.org/article/fcc-condemns-attacks-journalists-covering-h-k-protests

Paula Bronstein:
http://awards.gettyimages.com/awards.cfm?display=photographer&photographerID=60

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