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Stranded passengers voice support for Hong Kong protesters

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Stranded passengers voice support for Hong Kong protestersHong Kong (AFP) Aug 13, 2019

Travellers in Hong Kong's airport voiced support for pro-democracy demonstrators on Tuesday, despite an overnight occupation of the international transit hub that saw tens of thousands of passengers stranded. The airport, one of the busiest in the world, reopened on Tuesday morning but hundreds of flights remained cancelled and several hundred protesters returned for a fresh rally on Tuesday
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