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Hong Kong Airport Resumes Operations After Court Injunction Limiting Protests


Flights were beginning to return to normal after police in riot gear and armed with pepper spray forced out most of the protesters staging a sit-in at one of the world's busiest aviation hubs.(Image credit: Paul Yeung/Bloomberg via Getty Images) (NPR News Headlines) More More

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