Hong Kong Police Crack Down On Protests On China's National Day

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Hong Kong Police Crack Down On Protests On China's National Day
Anti-government rallies in Hong Kong were refreshed after China imposed a national security law on the city which went into effect in June.
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In Hong Kong, police are patrolling the streets to make sure no anti-government activity takes place on China's National Day. 

The holiday celebrates China's founding but has become a day of protest for activists opposed to Beijing's authority over the semi-autonomous city. 

A small protest reportedly took place in a shopping district, but demonstrators were outnumbered by police. 

Anti-government rallies in Hong Kong were refreshed after China imposed a national security law on the city which went into effect in June.