Hong Kong Six secondary school students arrested for making bombs
Victoria City: Nine people, including six secondary school students, have been arrested in Hong Kong on terrorism charges for trying to make explosives.
Hong Kong police have arrested nine people, including four women, aged between 15 and 39, on suspicion of making the bomb, according to the World News Agency. Among those arrested were six secondary school students.
Police say the men were preparing explosives in a school hostel to carry out terrorist attacks in public places, including the railway network and the courtroom, but the planners were arrested earlier. ۔
Police officials said they seized a number of flammable items from the scene, including explosives, equipment to make oxidase on tryacetone tri, as well as airguns, mobile phones, SIM cards and cash. ۔
Police in Hong Kong have made several arrests in the past two years on suspicion of carrying out bombings, and in April a 29-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for making explosives.