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Over 3000 people arrested since June Hong Kong protests

2019-11-04T12:57:36.621Z

Hong Kong police have revealed that 325 people have been arrested in connection with protests in various locations this weekend, and those who have been arrested since June ...



Over 3000 people arrested since June Hong Kong Protests November 4, 21:56

Hong Kong police have revealed that 325 people have been arrested in connection with protests that took place this weekend, and since June, more than 3,000 people have been arrested.

Hong Kong police interviewed on the 4th, revealing that 325 people, both men and women, were arrested for suspected of possessing weapons or participating in illegal gatherings on the weekend from Friday to 3rd last week I made it.
Now, since June, more than 3,000 people have been arrested in connection with a series of protests.

Also, on the 3rd, a man cut off a citizen who gathered to make a “human chain” in a shopping mall in a residential area with a knife, and a man of a ward member who stopped was bitten by a man A total of five people were injured.

The police emphasized the stance of further strengthening the crackdown, saying that they would escalate violence cases against vandalism and people of different opinions, saying, “I will deal rigorously to stop violence”.

Under these circumstances, the Hong Kong government has announced that the executive director of the moon will be headed to Beijing from the 5th to meet with the deputy prime minister, Hanjeong, who is in charge of Hong Kong policy in the Chinese government.

The Communist Party has just announced that it will “establish a legal system that protects national security” in Hong Kong, where protests will continue at the important meeting “All-in-one meeting”, and the meeting is expected to exchange opinions on the future response. It is.

Source: nhk

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