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Russia Using Scarecrow As Sentry Guard At Chinese Border

Russia Using Scarecrow As Sentry Guard At Chinese Border

A reporter from www.huanqiu.com has discovered that a Russian sentry positioned at the border with China is actually a “scarecrow”. Journalist Zhu Malie went to Tongjiang to report on the construction of a 2215m long railway bridge which is to span the Heilongjiang river, writing that construction on the 2.5 year project began in February 2014, with 60% of the Chinese portion having been completed but that the Russian side showed “no signs of starting”. Zhu subsequently discovered the true nature of the Russian guard via a telescopic lens. One netizen said he’s seen Russian sentries hold parties by the river.

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