Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has secured an injunction that will prevent pro-democracy protesters from “unlawfully and willfully obstructing” airport operations. HKIA on Aug. 14 reportedly opened and flights were beginning to return to normal. On Aug. 13, the sit-in by thousands of protesters forced HKIA to suspend departure flights for the second straight day as protesters prevented departing passengers from entering the airside of HKIA. Efforts by Hong Kong police ...

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