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Hong Kong protests: Police make first arrests under new national security law

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Hong Kong protests: Police make first arrests under new national security law

Hong Kong protests: Police make first arrests under new national security law

Hong Kong police have made their first arrests under a new national security law imposed by China.The law, imposed by China after last year's anti-government protests in the semi-autonomous city, took effect on Tuesday at 11pm.

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