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Hong Kong deploys 6,000 officers to counter rallies, China marks 71st founding anniversary

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Hong Kong, Oct 1 (EFE/EPA).- Police in Hong Kong deployed Thursday 6,000 officers to counter illegal rallies and activities as China marks its 71st founding anniversary.(Camera: JEROME FAVRE)SHOT LIST: A RALLY IN HONG KONG DURING CHINA'S FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY.

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