Hong Kong airport resumes normal operations as city braces for more protests
Police and protesters faced off again on the streets of the financial hub overnight, with riot officers quickly firing tear gas as their response to demonstrators toughens.
Heightened security would remain at the city's international airport and the Hong Kong Airport Authority said late on Wednesday an application for protests to be held in the terminal must be made in advance with a "Letter of No Objection" to be obtained from police.
Protesters have expressed remorse after a peaceful sit-in turned violent at one of the world's busiest airports earlier this week.Read more: ABS-CBN News
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