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Chinese police drill video raises Hong Kong fears

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Chinese police drill video raises Hong Kong fearsBeijing (AFP) Aug 7, 2019

Thousands of Chinese riot police staged a drill just across the border from Hong Kong, in what appeared to be a thinly veiled warning from Beijing about its ability to end two months of protests in the global financial hub. The exercise, which took place Tuesday in Shenzhen - a city in southern China that borders the semi-autonomous city - instantly attracted online attention given the clo
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