Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau
Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau

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  • While the anti-government protesters may have gone too far, the national security law introduced to suppress them has curbed basic freedoms that differentiated Hong Kong from mainland China

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau
Police pull people wearing black to one side of Johnston Road in Wan Chai in an attempt to prevent protests on National Day, October 1. Photo: Jack Lau
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