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Hong Kong protests shut down airport in biggest disruption yet

New Zealand Herald Monday, 12 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong protests shut down airport in biggest disruption yetOutbound travel has been suspended at Hong Kong's international airport after thousands of black-clad protesters flooded the terminal, mobilised by anger over a night of police violence that left the inside of several subway stations...
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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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