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Hong Kong airport reopens, but chaos continues for stranded Australians

SBS Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Aussie travellers who should be jetting their way to Hong Kong are among the many stuck at home after pro-democracy protesters forced the closure of its airport.
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Protests have overcome Hong Kong, shutting down the international airport and affecting people’s flights. While the airport reopened the day after, its administrator warned flight movements would still be affected. According to Reuters, China said the protests have begun to show “sprouts of...

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