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Police say no data Xinjiang terrorists target Macau

The Judiciary Police (PJ) and Public Security Police (PSP) Thursday said that they had not received any information to show that Xinjiang pro-independence terrorists were targeting Macau. Spokespeople for the two police forces insisted during a regular press briefing that a mobile phone message claiming that the Xinjiang separatists’ terror attack in Kunming on Saturday […]

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:51 am

The Judiciary Police (PJ) and Public Security Police (PSP) Thursday said that they had not received any information to show that Xinjiang pro-independence terrorists were targeting Macau.

Spokespeople for the two police forces insisted during a regular press briefing that a mobile phone message claiming that the Xinjiang separatists’ terror attack in Kunming on Saturday would “spread” to Guangdong and Macau were not true, stressing that both have not received any information or any reports on the alleged terrorist threat to Macau.

Both police forces vowed to strengthen co-operation and reinforce border security to ensure the city’s safety, as well as keeping close-co-operation with their counterparts throughout the mainland.(macaunews)

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:51 am

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