Main content

Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators apologise for airport chaos

Police in Hong Kong criticize pro-democracy activists for detaining two people

Police in Hong Kong have strongly criticised pro-democracy activists for detaining two people during protests at the territory's airport. We speak Joshua Wong one of the pro-democracy demonstrators.

Also in the programme: The Pakistani prime minister, Imran Khan, says the United Nations would be responsible if an armed conflict broke out with India over Kashmir. And we have a special report from our correspondent in the Italian Island of Lampedusa.

(Photo: Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong airport. Credit: Reuters)

21 days left to listen

53 minutes

Last on

Last Wednesday 13:06GMT

Broadcast

The New Silk Road

The New Silk Road

How China is launching a major new trade route via the ancient Silk Road

70 Years On: Partition Stories

70 Years On: Partition Stories

Memories and stories of Partition in 1947 and the legacy Partition leaves with us today

China, the Party and the People

China, the Party and the People

Clips, reports and highlights on a society in flux

Inside The Philippines’ Deadly War On Drugs

Inside The Philippines’ Deadly War On Drugs

A brutal crack-down on drugs that has claimed more than 7000 lives

Podcast