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Hong Kong airport reopens after violent protests

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong airport has reopened after being shut down by two days of violent clashes between police and protesters. Airport authorities said they had obtained a judicial order to stop further protests.
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China’s Hong Kong Liaison office said on Wednesday that anti government protesters were no different to “terrorists”, following violent clashes between black clad protesters and riot police at Hong Kong’s international airport. Grace Lee reports.

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