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'Sorry for the inconvenience': Hong Kong protesters apologized to furious passengers after the city's airport was paralyzed for a second day

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Passengers squared off with protesters as they tried to reach their flights at Hong Kong International Airport as pro-democracy demonstrations continue. Hundreds of flights were cancelled Tuesday as protesters blocked departure gates, and some passengers who were still trying to make their planes became frustrated. Protesters apologized for the disruption but said they are "fighting for our freedom" and held signs alleging police brutality and explaining their demands. Protests in the… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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