Hong Kong protesters set fire on barricade near Tung Chung station


Hundreds of protesters built barricades at the city’s airport and tried to stop traffic on the main road (right, a jam on Tsing Ma Bridge) today in another day of protests in Hong Kong. Demonstrators outside the building chanted ‘Fight for freedom! Stand with Hong Kong!’ as riot police watched on from inside the terminal. The airport is covered by an injunction banning protesters from entering after a shutdown last month, but many have ignored this. Last night pro-democracy protesters hurled petrol bombs (bottom left) and police used tear gas and a water cannon laced with chemical dye before making mass arrests on trains (top left, at the Tung Chung MTR station). The hospital said that 31 people were admitted following the clashes (inset).

Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7416013/Hong-Kongs-pro-democracy-campaigners-block-routes-citys-airport-clashes-night.html
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Date: October 27, 2019

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