A spokesman for Massey University, a public university in New Zealand, has apologized after some staff members removed posters supporting protests in Hong Kong from its Palmerston North Campus. "We acknowledge that staff mistakenly removed posters from an area within the purview of the Massey University Students Association and we apologize to MUSA for that and recognize they have authority over those spaces," said James Gardiner. Gardiner did not say why staff removed the posters.
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