Hong Kong police say ‘bloody attack’ foiled after two men arrested for possessing explosive materials

Hong Kong police said on Tuesday they have foiled a “bloody attack” after arresting two men for possessing explosive substances and weapons allegedly intended for protest-related lone wolf attacks before the Lunar New Year. A 42-year-old computer programmer and a 62-year-old renovation worker were arrested on Monday in Fanling for possessing 23.5 kilogrammes of explosive raw materials such as firecrackers, fireworks and sulphur. Police said they also found a large number of gas masks, 300 filters and protective gear as well as a bow and arrow, two suspected electroshock weapons and eight teles…

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