Hong Kong police say they have arrested nine people on suspicion of engaging in terrorist activity after uncovering an alleged attempt to make explosives and plant bombs across the city.
The arrests come a year after Beijing imposed a strict new security law on the former British colony, prompting massive pro-democracy protests against it.
Critics say the legislation has crushed the city’s wide-ranging rights and freedoms, while supporters say it has restored stability.
Of the nine people arrested, six are secondary school students.
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