Flights have resumed in and out of Hong Kong’s airport after a two-day occupation ended in a violent clash between protesters and riot police over two Chinese travellers accused of being spies.
A newly-obtained court injunction has drastically reduced the number of protesters at one of the world’s busiest airports. This morning, protesters apologised for disrupting travel plans, obstructing paramedics and mistreating members of the press.
The Airport Authority said the interim court order bans anyone from “unlawfully and wilfully obstructing or interfering with the proper use” of the airport. No demonstration is allowed except in designated areas.
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