Hong Kong’s Airport Reopens After Unprecedented Closure Amid Protests

HONG KONG, Aug 13 (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s airport reopened on Tuesday but its administrator warned that flight movements would still be affected, after China said protests that have swept the city over the past two months had begun to show “sprouts of terrorism.”

Despite the airport reopening, Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific said it had canceled over 200 flights to and out of the airport on Tuesday, according to its website.

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