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‘We will never stop’: Hong Kong activist vows to keep fighting amid new security law

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At least 10 people in Hong Kong have been arrested under a new security law that has caused several pro-democracy activists to leave the city over fear that they would be targeted. This comes amid China opening a national security office in the city. NBC News’ Janis Mackey Frayer speaks to activist Joshua Wong about the state of the protests.