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UPDATED: 15:49, July 28, 2006
Anti-smuggling drill in Haikou
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An anti-smuggling personnel with the Haikou Customs of south China's Hainan Province stands by on a vessel during an anti-smuggling drill in the South China Sea July 27, 2006. The Haikou Customs takes on the anti-smuggling task in an area of over 2 million square kilometers, including the Beibu Bay in south China and the South China Sea, the largest sea area compared with other anti-smuggling departments in China. Equipped with top-ranking anti-smuggling facilities, the Haikou Customs bears high-class abilities in terms of both technics and tactics.

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An anti-smuggling staff with the Haikou Customs of south China's Hainan Province jumps onto a boat of "suspected smugglers" during an anti-smuggling drill in the South China Sea July 27, 2006. The Haikou Customs takes on the anti-smuggling task in an area of over 2 million square kilometers, including the Beibu Bay in south China and the South China Sea, the largest sea area compared with other anti-smuggling departments in China. Equipped with top-ranking anti-smuggling facilities, the Haikou Customs bears high-class abilities in terms of both technics and tactics.

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Anti-smuggling vessels with the Haikou Customs of south China's Hainan Province set out for an anti-smuggling drill in the South China Sea July 27, 2006. The Haikou Customs takes on the anti-smuggling task in an area of over 2 million square kilometers, including the Beibu Bay in south China and the South China Sea, the largest sea area compared with other anti-smuggling departments in China. Equipped with top-ranking anti-smuggling facilities, the Haikou Customs bears high-class abilities in terms of both technics and tactics.

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An anti-smuggling vessel with the Haikou Customs of south China's Hainan Province chases a "suspected smuggling boat" during an anti-smuggling drill in the South China Sea July 27, 2006. The Haikou Customs takes on the anti-smuggling task in an area of over 2 million square kilometers, including the Beibu Bay in south China and the South China Sea, the largest sea area compared with other anti-smuggling departments in China. Equipped with top-ranking anti-smuggling facilities, the Haikou Customs bears high-class abilities in terms of both technics and tactics.

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