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Clashes at Hong Kong airport; U.N. urges restraint over protests

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Protesters clashed with police at Hong Kong's international airport on Tuesday evening after flights were disrupted for a second day, plunging the former British colony deeper into turmoil.
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Clashes have broken out at Hong Kong International Airport between police and protesters. Police were forced out of the airport as protesters threw objects at them.

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