Hong Kong protests: City airport blocks future rallies

Court ruling came before protesters could storm streets again.

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    Hong Kong's Airport Authority has won an indefinite court injunction against protesters, to prevent them storming the terminal again.

    Two weeks ago, a sit-in at the airport descended into chaos, forcing hundreds of flights to be cancelled. The action came as activists staged yet another protest against the government.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports


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