Have protests pushed Hong Kong to 'point of no return'? | DW News

Have protests pushed Hong Kong to 'point of no return'? | DW News
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Chaotic scenes have unfolded at Hong Kong’s international airport, where dozens of riot police clashed with pro-democracy demonstrators. Thousands of protestors returned to the airport for a second day in a row, causing all departure flights to be canceled. Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, warned protesters that the city is on what she called “a path of no return.” The United Nations has called on law enforcement to show restraint. Mainland China takes a different view and has condemned the UN for meddling in what it describes as a domestic issue. Meanwhile, Chinese state and social media posted video for all to see of Chinese military vehicles gathering across the border from Hong Kong in Shenzen.
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