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Hong Kong security law

Hong Kong police raid Tiananmen memorial museum

Top three leaders of vigil organizer charged with 'subversion'

Police collect a cutout of the Goddess of Democracy at the June Fourth Museum as they search the museum after four members of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China were arrested, in Hong Kong on Sept. 9.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong police on Thursday raided the city's museum commemorating the 1989 crackdown in China and apprehended the fifth and last remaining leader at large of the pro-democracy group that organizes the annual Tiananmen Square vigil.

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