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China accused of operating 'secret police stations' in the Netherlands

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China accused of operating 'secret police stations' in the Netherlands

China accused of operating 'secret police stations' in the Netherlands

NGOs say the illegal posts are used to monitor and silence political opponents and dissidents abroad.

Beijing rejects the claims.


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