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 demonstrators prevented departing passengers from entering the airside of HKIA. The injunction limits ...

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