Three University of Hong Kong students charged under the national security law were granted bail by the High Court on Friday, after spending more than a month behind bars.

Charles Kwok, Kinson Cheung and Chris Todorovski are accused of advocating terrorism.

They were released on bail of HK$100,000 and ordered to report to the police three times a week.

Other conditions include not taking part in any acts opposing the authorities, or making comments that could be seen as endangering national security.

A fourth defendant in the case, Anthony Yung, was granted bail earlier.
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