Xinjiang holds oath-taking rally to fight terrorism and tighten security

Source:ts.cn-Globaltimes.cn Published: 2017/2/17 15:17:22

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Thousands of armed police, public security officers and militia take oaths to fight terrorism and tighten security in Hotan, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Photo: ts.cn

Photo: ts.cn

Photo: ts.cn

Photo: ts.cn

Armed police and public security officers prepare to patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Armed police and public security officers prepare to patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn


 
Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn


 
Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn

Armed police patrol the streets of Hotan, Xinjiang after holding an oath-taking rally where they pledged to fight terrorism and tighten security on February 16. Photo: ts.cn 
 
 



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