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Fact check: Is China moving forces towards Hong Kong?

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Fact check: Is China moving forces towards Hong Kong?

Fact check: Is China moving forces towards Hong Kong?

Euronews' Cube team uses social media to analyse the US president's claim that China is moving troops towards Hong Kong.

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