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Hong Kong airport cancels all flights due to protests

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  • Published on:  Monday, August 12, 2019
  • News broke Monday morning that the protests in Hong Kong are forcing the airport to cancel all remaining flights for the day. CNBC's Matt Bradley reports.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/s0_XxUTZfFo


  • Dan D

    Dan D

     7 days ago +58

    Protests everywhere. Venezuela, Turkey, Hong Kong... A very busy year for the CIA 😂

  • Umi Sohaida

    Umi Sohaida

     7 days ago +14

    Police brutality? Are you serious? After a riot towards a police station, after throwing petrol bombs, after blocking major roads and the Metro station, and the police shot some gases to make people cry, its considered brutality???? Have you seen the police force in your own country America?

  • Boris Psenicnik

    Boris Psenicnik

     7 days ago +41

    I do not believe this guy is going for his sisters wedding, only drama from CNBC.

  • Alex Xu

    Alex Xu

     7 days ago +26

    Police brutality is a US trade mark.

  • Mr G

    Mr G

     7 days ago +2

    USA can look forward to a flood of asylum seekers soon.

  • Jack Xu

    Jack Xu

     7 days ago +17

    What the government did for Occupy Wall Street?

  • Dondatta Ford

    Dondatta Ford

     7 days ago

    The ingredients for Civil war

  • David Xiao

    David Xiao

     6 days ago

    Support Hong Kong!

  • vlad mravcak

    vlad mravcak

     7 days ago

    And we also saw Santa Claus

  • yuli maz

    yuli maz

     7 days ago

    in airport no more gun.no more gas...so we can look who is arogan

  • Quang Nguyen

    Quang Nguyen

     7 days ago +12

    Free Hong Kong from communist China

  • Z Mark

    Z Mark

     7 days ago

    it isn't a good sign.

  • EveryDay


     7 days ago

    For future...

  • loveofpeace


     7 days ago +1

    Oh what a shame is not in the western Media or #BBC and any kind of the west demonic evil tongue. Repeat, in fact whatever the west demonic tongue accuse other if fact talking about themselves evildoers.
    The fact, they only one human languages black is black and white, evil and good and we don't need a human translator.
    They hate themselves and HK why don't they lift. To late now they is no place on earth you can hid or take shelter. If you ask the demon to shelter you know. The evil one will line up you lot as human shield like they do to this in the middle east in fact all over the globe. And every living human being have know.
    Oh well, I don't know how this Konger traitors can ever lift your head up to walk on the street of HK. The good Chinese spot on. If you don't like to live than immigrant and even better another woman say to the US funded terrorist. The monster Japan attack HK where are you? As to me I take some rest.

  • Ben W

    Ben W

     7 days ago +10

    the second host is a dump A$$, this was Monday in HK! when you wake up monday morning in the US, Hong kong was monday night already

  • Sam Lau

    Sam Lau

     7 days ago +20

    What is not reported from CNBC are the protesters bullying and harrasing others that wants to go to work !

  • lily lee

    lily lee

     7 days ago


  • fnjames fnjames

    fnjames fnjames

     7 days ago

    It is common sense that an effective way to deter bad behavior is punishment. In Hong Kong, we now have a situation that most of the violence offenders will be released soon after they are arrested. Why? Most Hong Kong judges are on rioters’ side because most of them are British-trained or with British citizenship. See who are on the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal! No wonder, the riot party in Hong Kong keeps rolling!

  • H Sun

    H Sun

     7 days ago +15

    Leaderless movement? you'd better run to your sister's wedding and hopefully not get stopped by those masked idiots.

  • Yannick Luecker

    Yannick Luecker

     7 days ago

    I'm pretty sure if the protests go on for 3 more months, we'll have a military crackdown at some point.