A website run by a group of Hong Kong activists and fugitives overseas that called for the “liberation” of the city was briefly shut down, after police wrote to the company hosting it saying messages posted there breached the national security law.Wix, the Israeli web hosting service provider, on Thursday apologised for “mistakenly removing the website”, hours after ex-lawmaker Nathan Law Kwun-chung, who ran the site, called its abrupt closure from Monday to Thursday “a clear example of China’s…



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