Hong Kong’s airport authority has suspended flights for a second day as thousands of protesters staged another rally at the busy international travel hub. Wearing black outfits and face masks, the unofficial uniform of the protests, demonstrators used luggage trolleys to block the doors to customs checkpoints and departure gates. Ten weeks of increasingly violent clashes between police and protesters have roiled Hong Kong as thousands of residents have been demonstrating against a perceived erosion of freedoms and autonomy under Chinese rule
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