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More than 90 flights expected to resume from morning in Hong Kong International Airport | NHK News

2019-08-12T19:55:00.982Z

In Hong Kong, a large number of citizens sat down at Hong Kong International Airport on the 12th over a draft amendment of the ordinance that would allow suspects to be handed over to mainland China ...



More than 90 flights are expected to be canceled from the morning of Hong Kong International Airport.

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In Hong Kong, more than 170 flights were canceled due to protests, such as sitting at Hong Kong International Airport, over 12 ordinances to amend the ordinance to allow suspects to be handed over to mainland China. The number of people who sat down almost disappeared, and the flight was expected to resume from the morning of the 13th. However, more than 90 flights have already been canceled due to the effects of the equipment, and the confusion continues.

In Hong Kong, where protests continue, the information that “a woman was blinded by police evacuation” spread on the Internet in response to a woman who was injured in the eyes by a police clash with young people on the 11th. A call to interfere with airport operations was made through SNS to demonstrate protest.

In response to this, a large number of citizens rushed to the airport, and more than 5,000 people screamed or sat down, saying, “The police cannot be trusted”. More than 170 flights, including, canceled.

The people who sat down almost disappeared before dawn on 13th, and the flight was expected to resume from 8:00 am departure in Japan time. Already decided, confusion continues.

The Hong Kong government is rigorously pursuing criminal responsibility for radical protests, and the police response is becoming even stronger, and it is expected that citizens will react more strongly to the government.

Source: nhk

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