China Accused of Planting Illegal Police Stations Overseas

Posted on AllSides October 27th, 2022
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At least four countries, including Canada and Spain, are probing offices operated by Chinese law enforcement agencies in their territories, after reports exposed their extensive presence and alleged covert policing activities overseas.

Ostensibly established to help Chinese nationals with administrative procedures, such as the renewal of their passports or driving licenses, these unofficial police service stations are being used to hunt down Chinese criminal suspects and dissidents overseas, according to reports by a human rights advocacy group and news outlets.

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