Hong Kong Man Found Guilty in First Verdict Under China’s National-Security Law

Hong Kong Man Found Guilty in First Verdict Under China’s National-Security Law

The first person charged under a national-security law imposed by Beijing was found guilty of inciting secession and terrorism in a verdict that reaffirms new limits on speech in the city and could set a precedent for future trials under the law.

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