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Hong Kong airport flights resume

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Administrator warned that flight movements would still be affected after China said widespread anti-government protests halted flights a day earlier.
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HONG KONG — Hong Kong International Airport axed all departures on Monday because of thousands of peaceful anti-government protesters. According to the BBC, many in attendance were protesting police brutality. Chinese authorities on Sunday were filmed firing tear gas and non-lethal ammunition at...

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