Law enforcement personnel taking part in an anti-terrorist exercise, at Admiralty MTR station in January 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s anti-terrorism task force goes to Xinjiang to study local methods, as China rejects international calls to investigate mass internment centres

  • Government source tells the Post the visit does not mean Hong Kong supports the controversial detention centres or will be drawing inspiration from them
  • Delegation from Hong Kong is particularly interested in how Xinjiang authorities execute a rapid response to terrorist attacks
Topic |   Terrorism

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Law enforcement personnel taking part in an anti-terrorist exercise, at Admiralty MTR station in January 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee
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