Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: two teens who escaped police at July 1 national security protest arrested in Thursday morning raid

  • Police said an attempted arrest by the same officer later stabbed at the July 1 protest was thwarted when a 19-year-old pulled his friend, 17, from his grasp
  • The duo were arrested in early morning raids in Kowloon East and Lantau Island

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters face off with a line of Hong Kong police during a July 1 protest against the city’s new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
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