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Hong Kong protests bring 'panic and chaos,' says leader as airport reopens

Jerusalem Post Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong protests bring 'panic and chaos,' says leader as airport reopensBoth street protesters and police toughen resolve; senior Chinese official said "sprouts of terrorism" were emerging in Hong Kong.
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News video: Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters Disrupt Airport For 2nd Day

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Thousands of protesters crowded Hong Kong International Airport again on Tuesday, leading to the cancellation of hundreds of flights, including flights to San Francisco. Anne Makovec reports. (8/13/19)

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