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Police step up presence after protesters target Hong Kong airport

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Police step up presence after protesters target Hong Kong airport

Police step up presence after protesters target Hong Kong airport

Tight security has been implemented at Hong Kong International Airport in attempts to prevent another major disruption.

Violent protests on Friday led to threats from protesters to block traffic at the transport-hub.

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