Hong Kong Protesters Barricade Roads Disrupted Trains To Airport

Published on 1 Sep 2019, 17:40
Hong Kong pro-democracy protests blocked roads and disrupted railways to and from Hong Kong International Airport. It's the second time protesters have targeted the transportation hub, occupying it for nearly a week in August. China, meanwhile, has shown no signs of allowing Hong Kong to remove the proposed extradition bill that has caused the protests. Chris McGrath/Getty It's the second time HKIA, which is one of the busiest airports in the world, has been targeted by the pro-democracy protesters, who have been active since June over a proposed extradition bill by mainland China.

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