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Protesters scuffle with police at Hong Kong airport

Credit: Reuters- Published on August 13, 2019
Hong Kong's Airport Authority said on Tuesday operations at the city's international airport had been "seriously disrupted" by a public assembly, as riot police moved in and used pepper spray against protesters amid some clashes in the evening.
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Published on August 11, 2019 -  00:20
Protesters Sing as They Stage Another Sit-In at Hong Kong Airport
Protesters held a sit-in held for the second straight day at Hong Kong International Airport on Saturday, August 10, as part of ongoing protests against the government. This footage shows protesters singing โ€œDo You Hear The People Singโ€ from the musical Les Miserables. The South China Morning Post reported that police had described the protest as an โ€œillegal gatheringโ€ and urged those attending to stay peaceful. Other demonstrations were planned across the weekend, which has now witnessed widespread protests for 10 weeks. Anti-government protests that began in opposition to a now-shelved extradition bill but have continued in the face of criticism from both local authorities and Beijing. Credit: @johncw_Mok via Storyful

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