Euronews 13 Aug 2019

China has increased its presence on the border with Hong Kong


Footage has surfaced on social media of Chinese forces in the city of Shenzhen.

Matthew in The Cube shows us exactly how we verified the footage and Alex explains why Chinese presence in Shenzhen is significant.

#TheCube | Protestors are once again in the streets of Hong Kong, this time demanding the resignation of chief executive Carrie Lam and the complete withdrawal of the proposed extradition bill.

Rosie Wright in The Cube has the story.
CGTN's Asieh Namdar speaks to Song Zhang, Washington Bureau Chief for Shanghai Wen Hui Daily about the protests in Hong Kong.
Authorities in Hong Kong warned that the situation in the territory is becoming "very dangerous."
The comments came after police fired a warning shot during protests on Sunday. It was the first time live ammunition has been used since protests began. Security forces also used water cannons as pro-democracy protesters turned out for the 12th straight weekend.
Demonstrations were sparked by an extradition bill but have since morphed into broader anti-government protests. Police have arrested over 700 people since the protests began in June.
Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Police Headquarters in Hong Kong on Friday.…

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