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The Block judge Jason Bonham caught up in Hong Kong airport protests

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
The Block judge Jason Bonham caught up in Hong Kong airport protestsA judge on The Block has been caught up in the fracas at Hong Kong airport which has seen the flights of tens of thousands of travellers cancelled.Jason Bonham and his team have had their flights changed four times but he's since...
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News video: Hong Kong airport cancels flights as thousands peacefully protest

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HONG KONG — Hong Kong International Airport axed all departures on Monday because of thousands of peaceful anti-government protesters. According to the BBC, many in attendance were protesting police brutality. Chinese authorities on Sunday were filmed firing tear gas and non-lethal ammunition at...

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