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Hong Kong airport to resume flights after after a day-long sit in by protesters
Protesters occupying Hong Kong Airport have left after a dire warning from Beijing
Hong Kong leader issues fresh warning to protesters
Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam warns protesters not to push city 'into abyss'
Hong Kong protesters cripple airport for second day
Flight check-in at Hong Kong airport suspended for a second consecutive day
Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators apologise for airport chaos
Police in Hong Kong criticize pro-democracy activists for detaining two people
US to China: leave Hong Kong alone
US House Foreign Affairs Committee warns China against military intervention in Hong Kong
US moves to stop Iranian tanker release
The US Department of Justice has made a last-minute request to authorities in Gibraltar
Israel will deny entry to two US Congresswomen
Israel bars Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from visiting
North Korea launches blistering verbal attack on South
North Korea has called President Moon delusional and reportedly held a missile test.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party defends its economic policy
Spokesman Xavier Zavare defends the policy, despite protests in the capital Harare
Sudan army and civilians seal landmark deal
Sudan conflict: Army and civilians seal power-sharing deal
Bomb rips through wedding in Kabul
A suicide bomb attack on a wedding in the Afghan capital has caused many casualties.
Islamic State claims Kabul wedding bombing
The Islamic State group says it was behind the wedding bombing attack in Kabul
Huge crowds at Hong Kong rally
Hong Kong protests: Huge crowds rally peacefully
Syrian civil war: Damascus condemns Turkey convoy for Idlib
Syria condemns the convoy and says it's heading for the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun