China passes new national security law for Hong Kong to stop 'terrorism' | ABC News

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China has passed controversial national security legislation for Hong Kong in response to the pro-democracy protests that started last year.

The new law criminalises subversion and collusion with foreign forces and has sparked widespread concern that Beijing is trying to cement control over the semi-autonomous territory.

China correspondent Bill Birtles is in Beijing.

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