Hong Kong national security police arrest 6 with ties to Stand News in morning raid over conspiracy to publish seditious materials

The current and former chief editors of Stand News, an online outlet popular among Hong Kong opposition activists, were arrested alongside four former board members by national security police on Wednesday morning.The arrests were made at their homes under a colonial-era law covering conspiracy to print or distribute seditious materials, police said in a statement.At 8am, more than 200 officers raided the Stand News offices with a warrant empowering them to seize items including journalistic…

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