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Hong Kong marking China’s National Day, police deployed to maintain order

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While China celebrates, Hong Kong activists fear police crackdown. Thousands of riot police are stationed across Hong Kong to maintain order and prevent potential disturbances by anti-government protesters while the semi-autonomous city marks China’s National Day. Helicopters flying the flags of China and Hong Kong hovered above the harbor, where Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam and senior Chinese officials attended a ceremony to celebrate the occasion amid tight security on Thursday. During the ceremony, Lam hailed the territory’s return to peace after months of often violent anti-government protests. “Over the past few months, an indisputable fact in front of everyone is…

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