The operator of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) received an extension of an injunction against protesters as anti-government activists vowed to “stress test” transportation links to the airport. In online posts, demonstrators said they plan to disrupt rail, bus and other transportation services to the airport on Aug. 24. Hong Kong Airport Authority (AA) warned that any attempt to disrupt airport operations could result in prosecution. “The AA has obtained a High ...

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