Hong Kong protesters slam Cathay Pacific over sackings

They say the airline's decision to fire 20 of its staff for taking part in anti-government protests is creating a climate of fear.

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    Protesters in Hong Kong have turned their anger towards airline Cathay Pacific.

    They say the company's decision to fire 20 of its staff for taking part in anti-government protests is creating a climate of fear.

    Meanwhile, another general strike has been called for next week.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Hong Kong.


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