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Hong Kong police: not aware of any military plans by China

WorldNews Thursday, 15 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong police: not aware of any military plans by ChinaHONG KONG — Three senior Hong Kong police officers said Thursday that they are not aware of any plans for Chinese forces to join efforts to quell mass demonstrations in the territory, as images this week showed paramilitary exercises in a neighboring mainland city. The officers added...
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HONG KONG — With the Chinese government strongly criticizing the now months-long protests in Hong Kong, many have wondered when the party's patience will end and what route Beijing will use to quiet the dissent. Here are a few of their options. According to CNN, Chinese military forces seen...

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