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China illegally using informal police stations to track, harass dissidents: Report

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Fuzhou Public Security Bureau has established more than 50 police service stations across five continents, including at least three in the Greater Toronto Area. Such offices are ostensibly to assist Chinese nationals with matters such as filing local police reports or renewing driver's licences. But reports in Chinese media suggest they often overstep that purview, even going so far as to persuade alleged criminals to return to China.
China illegally using informal police stations to track, harass dissidents: Report
11 days ago·Beijing, China

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