An Airport Police Special Force officer patrols at Hong Kong airport, Friday, June 6, 2014. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
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Two Hong Kong airlines said Friday that they received a warning from Taiwan about a possible bomb attack targeting a flight to the southern Chinese city.A spokeswoman for the city's flagship airline confirmed with AFP a threat message originating from Taiwan had been made known to the company.A second carrier, Hong Kong Airlines, also said it had received the same intelligence.Taiwan's Central News Agency reported that the intelligence came from the National Security Bureau on June 4, adding that the bureau notified authorities in Hong Kong and China.
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