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Hong Kong prepares 3,000 policemen to prevent Tiananmen vigils, shuts museum

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Hong Kong, Jun 2 (EFE/EPA).- Hong Kong Police plan to have 3,000 anti-riot officers on duty to prevent illegal gatherings Thursday in memory of the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre, according to Hong Kong daily South China Morning Post.The newspaper said Wednesday it will be the largest preventive deployment of agents so far this year.Among the places that will have the greatest surveillance will be Victoria Park (traditional place of congregation for the Tiananmen vigil in Hong Kong) and the surroundings of the Museum of the 4th of June, which temporarily closed three days after its reopening. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE).B-ROLL OF THE ENTRANCE OF THE THE JUNE 4TH MUSEUM IN HONG KONG.

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