Protests on Roads Near Hong Kong Airport Disrupt Air Travel

Poster:Post date:2019-09-01
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(Associated Press, By Vincent Yu and Katie Tam) Protesters disrupted Hong Kong's airport on Monday, leading to the cancellation of multiple flights and the halting of train and bus service to the airport. Later in the day, protesters attacked a nearby train station and barricaded adjacent streets. On Sunday, demonstrators gathered outside the British Hong Kong Consulate to urge the United Kingdom to grant citizenship to those born before the city was returned to China. <Accessed 2019-09-02>  
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