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WorldNews Friday, 5 July 2019
1,500 police officers on standby to prevent unrest and conflict with mainland Chinese tourists during ...Security in Hong Kong’s busy shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui and its West Kowloon cross-border high-speed rail terminus will be beefed up with 1,500 officers standing by to guard against unrest and conflict with tourists during an extradition bill protest on Sunday, the Post has learned.A Beijing source assessing the situation in Hong Kong said mainland Chinese officials handling Hong Kong affairs were very concerned the rally outside the terminus might descend into clashes with tourists… ......
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