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About 370 demonstrators were arrested in Hong Kong on Wednesday after thousands protested China's new national security law that went into effect that day. The police said 10 of those arrested had breached the new law for allegedly carrying independence signs and chanting independence slogans.
Under the guise of national security, the Chinese Communist Party is using newly promulgated security laws in Hong Kong to secure and extend its one-party authoritarian rule to the former British colony,
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North Korean state media said victory awaits Chinese President Xi Jinping following China's imposition of a national security law in Hong Kong.
Responding to criticism from the US, UK and other countries over the Hong Kong national security law, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian urged foreign countries on Wednesday to refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of Hong Kong.
Dozens of people have been arrested in Hong Kong, including a man carrying a pro-independence flag, after a new "anti-protest" law imposed by Beijing came into effect, officials say. Police have used pepper spray to disperse some protesters gathered to mark 23 years since British rule ended.
Hong Kong's retail sales in May slumped 32.8% from a year earlier, falling for the 16th consecutive month as the virus pandemic slammed the brakes on tourism and spending in the city.
HSBC investor Federated Hermes said it has questions about the bank’s support for China’s new security law for Hong Kong, the second investor in Europe’s biggest bank in recent weeks to voice concerns about the lender’s stance.</div>