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Hong Kong airport reopens, but risks remain

Bangkok Post Monday, 12 August 2019
Hong Kong airport resumed near-normal operation Tuesday morning after cancelling 90 flights the evening before as protesters swarmed the main terminal building for a fourth day, the biggest disruption yet to the city’s economy since demonstrations began in early June.
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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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