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HONG KONG (Reuters): The first person convicted under Hong Kong's national security law was jailed for nine years on Friday (July 30) for terrorist activities and inciting secession, judges said, in a watershed ruling with long-term implications for the city's judicial landscape.
HONG KONG: In the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s (HKSAR) first conviction under the National Security Law for Hong Kong, the city’s High Court found that a motorcyclist who rammed police officers was guilty of terrorism and incitement to secession.
The first person charged under Hong Kong's national security law was found guilty on Tuesday of terrorism and inciting secession in a landmark case with long-term implications for how the legislation reshapes the city's common law traditions.
KOTA KINABALU: Police are investigating a 44-year-old man after a video of him driving his four-wheel-drive vehicle in reverse through the streets of Sandakan town on Sunday (July 25) went viral.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) -Lewis Hamilton celebrated a record eighth British Grand Prix victory on Sunday after fighting back from a 10-second penalty for a first-lap collision that halted the race and sent title rival Max Verstappen to hospital.
(Reuters) -Red Bull's Formula One world championship leader Max Verstappen took pole position for his team's home Styrian Grand Prix on Saturday and set up another duel with title rival Lewis Hamilton.
(Reuters) - Valteri Bottas was handed a three place grid drop at the Styrian Formula One Grand Prix for dangerous driving after he lost control and spun his Mercedes across the pitlane during Friday practice.
(Reuters) - Formula One championship leader Max Verstappen was fastest in Styrian Grand Prix practice at Red Bull's home Austrian track on Friday while Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas collected a three place grid drop for spinning in the pitlane.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong’s first trial under national security legislation imposed by Beijing has started, offering an initial glimpse of how such hearings will be handled.