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Hong Kong threatens to detain British activist

The authorities in Hong Kong are once again making use of the extraterritorial reach of the National Security Act. Police are threatening the co-founder of the online portal Hong Kong Watch, Benedict Rogers, with several years in prison should he return to the city. The authorities argue with alleged violations of the National Security Law, which since 2020 has allowed political dissent to be prosecuted almost arbitrarily.

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