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Protest makes airport a no-fly zone

HONG KONG (SE): Anti-extradition bill protests in Hong Kong reached a new peak as what should have been only a three-day sit-in protest at the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport, ending on August 11, grew to a point where the Airport Authority was forced to shut down operations on the afternoons of August 12 and 13 bringing one of the busiest airports in the world to a standstill. 
 

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