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Chaos erupts at Hong Kong airport as protesters clash with police

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13.8.2019

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HONG KONG : Protesters clashed with police at Hong Kong 's international airport on Tuesday evening (Aug 13) after flights were disrupted for a ...

, plunging the former British colony deeper into turmoil.

In a series of tweets at about 11pm, the Hong Kong police said a visitor at the airport had been assaulted and was"currently being besieged" by protesters.

"A visitor was assaulted and is currently being besieged by a large group of protestors at the Hong Kong International Airport," said the police. "He requires immediate medical attention, but the protesters concerned have been obstructing ambulance officers from rendering medical assistance."

A visitor was assaulted and is currently being besieged by a large group of protestors at the Hong Kong International Airport. He requires immediate medical attention but the protestors concerned have been obstructing ambulance officers from rendering medical assistance.

Hong Kong's Airport Authority said operations at the airport had been"seriously disrupted".

All check-ins were cancelled on Tuesday afternoon, with some flights continuing to operate for the rest of the day.

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The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights urged Hong Kong to exercise restraint and investigate evidence of its forces firing tear gas at protesters in ways banned under international law.

China this week condemned some protesters for using dangerous tools to attack police, calling the clashes"sprouts of terrorism". They present President Xi Jinping with one of his biggest challenges since he came to power in 2012.

Read more: CNA

First signs of terrorism emerging in Hong Kong protests: Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office HONG KONG (AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, REUTERS) - China on Monday (Aug 12) slammed violent protesters in Hong Kong who had used 'dangerous tools ' to attack police officers and warned that 'signs of terrorism are emerging'. . Read more at straitstimes.com. These are people peacefully protesting and they are about to be attacked by government forces The definition of terrorism seems to depend largely on what’s explained by the Beijing English Dictionary. If it is true that terrorism is emerging in Hong Kong, then the question arises as to why this is so? Terrorism does not emerge from nowhere - there are causes for it. One is where governments refuse to listen to their polities, to learn of their grievances through discussion.

Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters in train station HONG KONG : Police in Hong Kong fired volleys of tear gas on Sunday (Aug 11) at thousands of pro-democracy protesters who defied warnings from ... policebrutality Stupid or STUPID is this? Firing tear gas INSIDE a working train station?! Hello?! Only protesters using the train?! The chief and ones who fired the canisters ought to be locked in a room with no protection and gassed! BODOH KNN! Protester firing grenade launcher at police

LIVE: Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets at Hong Kong protesters as violence erupts across city HONG KONG : Police officers have fired volleys of tear gas and rubber bullets at thousands of protesters in Kwai Fong MTR station, Wan Chai, Sham ...

More than 5,000 protesters at Hong Kong airport: Police HONG KONG : More than 5,000 protesters gathered at the Hong Kong International Airport on Monday (Aug 12), police said, as authorities cancelled ...

Hong Kong: Stocks drop at open after protesters shut airport[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong 's financial markets are under renewed pressure after protesters brought the city's airport to a standstill on Monday, highlighting the economic fallout from increasingly violent protests. The airport reopened on Tuesday morning, with more than 200 flights cancelled. Read more at The Business Times.

Protesters scuffle with police at Hong Kong airport HONG KONG : Protesters clashed with police at Hong Kong 's international airport on Tuesday evening (Aug 13) after flights were disrupted for a ...

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