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Traveller24.com | UPDATE: Hong Kong Airport re-opens after pro-democracy protest paralysis

News24 Wednesday, 14 August 2019
One of the world's busiest airports has re-opened after the week kicked off with a throng of protests that turned violent - causing all flights to be cancelled for two days straight.
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News video: Hong Kong airport reopens as order to remove protesters looms

Hong Kong airport reopens as order to remove protesters looms 02:25

City faces more unrest as aviation authorities obtain court permission to clear terminal of demonstrators.

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