China paper says Hong Kong curfew tweet withdrawn due to insufficient information


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An influential state-backed Chinese newspaper on Thursday withdrew a tweet saying the Hong Kong government was expected to announce a weekend curfew, after its editor said there was "not sufficient" information to back up the report.
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