1. Protesters shut down Hong Kong airport as China warns of ‘terrorism,’ raising fears of military crackdown  The Washington Post
  2. Cathay Pacific says it could fire staff who support Hong Kong protests  CNN Philippines
  3. Cathay Pacific ‘could sack staff’ after Beijing draws line on protests  South China Morning Post
  4. Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters  NDTV News
  5. Would China risk another Tiananmen in Hong Kong?  The Straits Times
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Hong Kong police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters on Saturday - sending tourists fleeing weeping in Kowloon - only for demonstrators to regroup and gather elsewhere during another tense, hot and restive weekend.Hong Kong police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters on Saturday - sending tourists fleeing weeping in Kowloon - only for demonstrators to regroup and gather elsewhere during another tense, hot and restive weekend.

Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters

BEIJING — Beijing on Saturday told the United Kingdom to stay out of China’s internal affairs after Britain’s foreign minister called for an independent investigation into the recent protests in its former colony Hong Kong.BEIJING — Beijing on Saturday told the United Kingdom to stay out of China’s internal affairs after Britain’s foreign minister called for an independent investigation into the recent protests in its former colony Hong Kong.

China tells UK to back off after minister’s call for Hong Kong probe | National Post

BEIJING — Beijing on Saturday told the United Kingdom to stay out of China’s internal affairs after Britain’s foreign minister called for an independent investigation into the recent protests in its former colony Hong Kong.BEIJING — Beijing on Saturday told the United Kingdom to stay out of China’s internal affairs after Britain’s foreign minister called for an independent investigation into the recent protests in its former colony Hong Kong.

China tells UK to back off after minister’s call for Hong Kong probe | National Post

“30 years after Tiananmen Square all Americans stand with the peaceful protesters in Hong Kong. These protests highlight the moral authority of their demands for Freedom and Democracy This is becoming a defining moment for US-China relations.”

Lindsey Graham on Twitter: "30 years after Tiananmen Square all Americans stand with the peaceful protesters in Hong Kong. These protests highlight the moral authority of their demands for Freedom and Democracy This is becoming a defining moment for US-China relations."

“The brave protestors in Hong Kong are demanding the rights and freedoms promised to them. The U.S. should be leading the free world to rally support behind them and, with one voice, defend our shared democratic ideals and the desire for liberty that beats in every heart.”

Joe Biden on Twitter: "The brave protestors in Hong Kong are demanding the rights and freedoms promised to them. The U.S. should be leading the free world to rally support behind them and, with one voice, defend our shared democratic ideals and the desire for liberty that beats in every heart."

“We must stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong peacefully protesting to defend their freedom and democracy. It’s time for American leadership that stands up for our values.”

Amy Klobuchar on Twitter: "We must stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong peacefully protesting to defend their freedom and democracy. It’s time for American leadership that stands up for our values."

“Hong Kong airport blocked by protestors for 2nd day Riot police sent in and forced back One cornered - pulls his weapon on unarmed crowd How long before China goes full Tiananmen Square in retaliation #NoExtradictionToChina https://t.co/0ljWY643DW”

Katie Hopkins on Twitter: "Hong Kong airport blocked by protestors for 2nd day Riot police sent in and forced back One cornered - pulls his weapon on unarmed crowd How long before China goes full Tiananmen Square in retaliation #NoExtradictionToChina https://t.co/0ljWY643DW"

Some 10 weeks after protests first began over a since-suspended extradition bill, Hong Kong continues to be a city in turmoil. Running battles between police and protesters are again dominating the news.Some 10 weeks after protests first began over a since-suspended extradition bill, Hong Kong continues to be a city in turmoil. Running battles between police and protesters are again dominating the news.

Petrol bombs, bricks and tear gas: After 10 weeks, Hong Kong protests show no sign of abating — RT World News

HONG KONG -- Flights from Hong Kong's airport were canceled on Monday afternoon on the fourth day of protests in the main terminal building, a move thBeijing says there are 'signs of terrorism' as protests turn more violent

Flights from Hong Kong canceled as protesters swarm airport - Nikkei Asian Review

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

BEIJING, Aug 12 — While China might be exploiting fears of a bloody “Tiananmen” crackdown on Hong Kong's protest movement, analysts say the potentially catastrophic economic and political consequences will deter Beijing from any overt boots-on-the ground intervention. As the clashes between...BEIJING, Aug 12 — While China might be exploiting fears of a bloody “Tiananmen” crackdown on Hong Kong's protest movement, analysts say the potentially catastrophic economic and political consequences will deter Beijing from any overt boots-on-the ground intervention. As the clashes between...

Would China risk another Tiananmen in Hong Kong? | World | Malay Mail

(Bloomberg) -- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. shares tumbled to their lowest levels in a decade as China hit out at the airline after its employees joined anti-Beijing protests in Hong Kong.Cathay shares lost 4.9% to HK$9.80 on Monday, the lowest close since June 2009. Cathay’s parent Swire Pacific Ltd.(Bloomberg) -- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. shares tumbled to their lowest levels in a decade as China hit out at the airline after its employees joined anti-Beijing protests in Hong Kong.Cathay shares lost 4.9% to HK$9.80 on Monday, the lowest close since June 2009. Cathay’s parent Swire Pacific Ltd.

Cathay Falls as It Draws China Wrath Over Hong Kong Protests

HONG KONG: Shares in Hong Kong's flagship carrier Cathay Pacific plunged more than four percent on Monday, after Beijing banned airline staff supporting Hong Kong protesters from flights going through the mainland.HONG KONG: Shares in Hong Kong's flagship carrier Cathay Pacific plunged more than four percent on Monday, after Beijing banned airline staff supporting Hong Kong protesters from flights going through the mainland.

Cathay Pacific shares plunge after China warning on protests

Protests yesterday took place in a number of different places in Hong Kong, with riot police using tear gas and batons.Protests yesterday took place in a number of different places in Hong Kong, with riot police using tear gas and batons.

Hong Kong protests continue into a tenth week - World Socialist Web Site

The pilot had been arrested for participating in Hong Kong riots. The pilot had been arrested for participating in Hong Kong riots.

Cathay Pacific fires staff, pilot, after being involved in Hong Kong protests | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

Police fired tear gas Sunday inside a train station and in several other Hong Kong neighborhoods where protesters occupied roads in the tenth straight weekend of anti-government demonstrations. Protesters... World News Summaries. | NewserOfficers disguised as protesters make mass arrests

Cops Fire Tear Gas Inside Hong Kong Train Station

Frenzied mob violence against two male protesters suspected of being spies from mainland China marked the second day of pro-democracy demonstrations that have caused mass cancellations and disruptions in Hong Kong’s busy airport.Frenzied mob violence against two male protesters suspected of being spies from mainland China marked the second day of pro-democracy demonstrations that have caused mass cancellations and disruptions in Hong Kong’s busy airport.

Hong Kong protests: Chris Patten warns of China intervention