- Hong Kong police are stamping vigils to mark the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown.
- The photos show Victoria Park, where protesters have been gathering for years, closed.
- New national security law suppresses pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong blocked protesters from entering a park on Friday, where thousands of people gather each year to celebrate China’s repression of Tiananmen in 1989.
The gathering in Victoria Park has been held annually since 1990 to commemorate the 1989 crackdown in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, where democracy protesters were killed by Chinese troops.
This year’s vigil was the first since Beijing passed a controversial Hong Kong national security law used to censor pro-democracy activities. Hong Kong police have arrested pro-democracy activists and are targeting peaceful protests, according to The New York Times.