Hong Kong releases new details of China's national security law
New details of China's controversial national security law were unveiled by Hong Kong on Monday. Under the new legislation, security forces have the overriding authority to enter and search properties for evidence and even restrict people from leaving Hong Kong. The new law, imposed by China on Hong Kong, came into force on June 30. Under the new law, crimes of secession and sedition may be punishable by up to life in prison.