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China says protesters like 'terrorists', airport reopens

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
China's Hong Kong Liaison office said on Wednesday that anti government protesters were no different to "terrorists", as U.S. President Donald Trump said Chinese troops were moving to the border with Hong Kong and urged calm.
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News video: China slams 'terrorist-like actions' by Hong Kong protesters

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Protests 'seriously damage the international image of Hong Kong', official says, as airport resumes operations.

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