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The US government is warning citizens against traveling to Hong Kong amid protests and 'violent clashes'

Business Insider Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
The US government is warning citizens against traveling to Hong Kong amid protests and 'violent clashes'**

· *The US State Deparment is warning travelers to exercise "increased caution" in Hong Kong amid ongoing protests.*
· *Pro-democracy demonstrators have crippled the city's airport for days, forcing hundreds of flight disruptions.  *
· *China appears to be gearing up to take forceful intervention to stop the...
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News video: Hong Kong Protests Grow Increasingly Violent As Travel Disruptions Continue

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All outgoing flights have been cancelled from the Hong Kong airport as a pro-democracy protest sit-in continues. Clashes between the protesters and Hong Kong police are growing increasingly violent. Over the weekend, images of a woman bleeding from her eye prompted many of the airport protesters to...

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