* Satellite photos taken over Shenzhen, China, close to the border with Hong Kong, show amassed military vehicles being held in a football stadium.
* The photos, first published by The Associated Press, come just one day after Chinese state media published videos of military police massing in Shenzhen.
* The readying of Chinese military vehicles and troops comes as mass protests in Hong Kong continue into their 10th week.
* Military forces are being readied in Shenzhen as a warning to Hong Kong of China’s combat readiness, Adam Ni, a researcher on Chinese security policy tweeted Tuesday.
Satellite photographs taken close to mainland China’s border with Hong Kong appear to show amassed military vehicles being held inside a football stadium.
Chinese security forces have been gathering in the city of Shenzhen in recent days, an apparent show of force as mass protests continue to roil Hong Kong.
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