Hong Kong airport resumes operations as China calls protests 'near-terrorist acts'

Hong Kong airport resumes operations as China calls protests 'near-terrorist acts'

Flight operations resumed in Hong Kong airport on Wednesday, August 14, after pro-democracy protestors held demonstrations in the building for two days. Chinese officials said the protests were "near-terrorist acts" and called for strict punishments. Hong Kong Airport Authority said that it had obtained an interim injunction against the protestors to restrict them from entering the airport and obstruct operations.

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