The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong police arrest three over calls for violence on National Day

  • Trio accused of posting messages online calling for people to attack officers and take part in banned protest on Thursday
  • Police chief vows to crack down on lawbreakers while Beijing’s liaison office issues stern warning against taking to streets illegally

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
The liaison office accused radicals of threatening to commit acts of terrorism and openly challenging the new national security law. Photo: Felix Wong
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