Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests: radical groups could be prosecuted under anti-terrorism laws, says city’s security minister

  • Secretary for Security John Lee highlights seven organisations suspected of being involved in firearms and explosive offences
  • Lee calls some of the materials seized ‘extremely alarming’ and compares them to overseas terrorism

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Police officers with two suspected home-made explosive devices found at Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen's Road East. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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