Taiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: ShutterstockTaiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: Shutterstock
Taiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: Shutterstock
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Taiwan’s government using Hong Kong for political gain

  • Taiwanese authorities have slammed city officials for being uncooperative in a robbery case, yet the legal vacuum that exists is not just Hong Kong’s responsibility

Taiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: ShutterstockTaiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: Shutterstock
Taiwanese police arrested a man in November in connection with a robbery in Hong Kong in which the suspect made off with two expensive watches. Photo: Shutterstock
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