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Chinese paramilitary forces exercise near Hong Kong border

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Chinese paramilitary forces exercise near Hong Kong border

Chinese paramilitary forces exercise near Hong Kong border

Hundreds of members of China&apos;s People&apos;s Armed Police (PAP) continued to conduct exercises on Friday at a sports stadium in Shenzhen.

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