Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang

As Hong Kong police crack down on scattered protesters on National Day, ordinary residents fume over heavy security blanket

  • Force keeps small crowds of activists under control, making dozens of arrests, but extensive roadblocks and ID checks prove frustrating for many
  • One mother out shopping with daughter doesn’t know where to find her after police took the woman away in a van

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police hold up a flag warning against breaches to the national security law in Causeway Bay on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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