Flights In Hong Kong Resume As Protests Subside

Although operations at the city's airport appeared to be returning to normal after large protests, the governments in Hong Kong and Beijing issued new warnings to pro-democracy activists.
Two flight attendants walk past a display board covered with memos and posters at Hong Kong's international airport on Tuesday, a day after the airport closed due to pro-democracy protests. Source: Philip Fong

Updated at 3:50 a.m. ET

Operations at Hong Kong International Airport were resuming Tuesday after a days-long pro-democracy protest forced hundreds of flights to be cancelled at one of the world's busiest air hubs.

Following a police crackdown on protests elsewhere in the city, the airport sit-in — which began on Friday and was meant

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