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Hong Kong airport cancels flights as protests continue

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
Officials have canceled flights at Hong Kong's airport. The territory's leader says demonstrations could push Hong Kong "down a path of no return" and claimed that protesters had created "a state of panic and chaos."
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