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Watch Live: Riot Police Clash With Protesters At Hong Kong Airport | NBC News

Watch live coverage from Sky News as pro-democracy protesters clash with riot police at the Hong Kong airport after days of protests.
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  1. this isnt democracy, this is anarchy

  2. Wow Most of you have been brainwashed to think that the Hong Kong and China governments are good! But News Alert They are not good!!!!!!

  3. 586 ppl that like this video is American dogs

  4. This is selected propaganda to make the protesters lose some public support! So many things have been happening and they picked the wrong thing to focus on!

  5. almost all western media is unfair

  6. unfair news n fake news from this channel

  7. NBC= fake news The subtitle and title are so misleading. No wonder why Chinese believe the US is behind this riot. It is a shame to US journalism. You are tarnishing American value. You only report whatever political is right and whoever report this should be fired!

  8. Does anyone understand what these Chinese people are saying 🤔

  9. Subject: “Carrie Carta”

    Dear Fellow Hong Kongers,

    I and my government need a radical shake-up to change the way we think and act. To begin with:

    A Communication Centre via Smart phones for the sharing of information. And among other things, responding to demands:

    1) The bill will be officially, immediately and permanently withdrawn.

    2) The government will retract its characterisation of the violent clashes as “riots”.

    3) There will not be any inquiry into the actions of the police and protesters. I am the instigator of the whole debacle. If anyone is to be blamed or punished, it’s me.

    What does it matter who has done what to whom, when and why?

    Why sacrifice the future for the past?

    Crying over spilt milk is for babies.

    Both sides are dead right and both sides are dead wrong. If we don’t want us all to be dead and gone together with Hong Kong, let bygones be bygones!

    4) Everyone arrested in respect of the clashes will be unconditionally freed and his/her police records erased – everyone exonerated and compensated. A Certificate of Commendation will be issued to all protesters with their names embossed in gold with the title: “Hong Kong Hero”.

    5) The International Court of Justice will be the umpire for any future disputes in the interpretation of “One Country – Two Systems”.

    6) My future will be in your hands, so will the future of Hong Kong.


    I wish to end the Protest by signing a document: “Carrie Carta”.

    Yours sincerely,

    For Carrie Lam by Colin Leung

  10. This man claimed himself a reporter from China after being discovered he was an infiltrator among the protesters. Protesters also discovered he'd been taking photos on protesters faces. After searching his information, there was no record displayed he worked in the newsagent he claimed(the chief editor of the newsagent said he just joined not long so no record in their database but people found his name in the database of a police station) That's why he was kept by people surrounding him. The lawmaker(a doctor)convinced the crowd to release the man. Finally, the crowd called the police and paramedic to come. This video was taken while they were waiting for the arrival of a paramedic. Some protestors opposed to releasing this man, that's why it made a chaotic scene esp more and more people flushing into the airport premises that's why they found it hard to free space to the paramedic to work. Some people were so aggressive because there was a girl( volunteer first-aider) being shot blind a day before by the police. This man finally was removed by the first aider and got observation for one day in the hospital and back to China the following day.

  11. Nothing shouts democracy like tying up journalists.

  12. Shame on you NBC for spreading misunderstanding and fake facts!

  13. NBC is a hipocrisy media!!

  14. Shame of Hong Kong, let the world look down on Chinese. 给中华民族丢人!

  15. All these chinese bots and agents here…

  16. This thing just turned into a civil war dude

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