In Hong Kong Four students arrested for ‘advocating terrorism’

In Hong Kong Four students arrested for ‘advocating terrorism’

The arrests, made under the city’s controversial national security law, could spark fresh concerns about freedom of expression in Hong Kong.

The Authorities have described the attacker as a “lone wolf.” He punctured the police’s officer lung before stabbing himself in the chest.

The assailant died later in hospital, but the 28-year-old police officer survived.

All four of those detained were men between the ages of 18 and 20, he added.

The police said on Wednesday That the four students in Hong Kong have been arrested for “advocating terrorism.

The Senior Superintendent Steve Li said the arrests were made after several dozen Hong Kong University students passed a motion mourning the death of a 50-year-old who stabbed a police officer.

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