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Photos show Chinese troop buildup amid Hong Kong protests

CBS News Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Hong Kong's airport is open this morning after violent clashes between protesters and police has grounded hundreds of flights over the past two days. Beijing weighed in on the chaos, calling the violence an atrocity and the protest an act of terrorism. Now, newly released satellite images appear to show Chinese military vehicles being moved inside a sports stadium along the Hong Kong border. Debora Patta reports.
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