Hong Kong protesters reach out to air travellers over extradition bill

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[Applause] protesta staged a sit-in at a Hong Kong International Airport on Friday for the voicing out their opposition to the controversial extradition bill they held up signage s and plaque cards at the arrival hall of the airport to reach out to foreigners visiting the city members of the Cathay Pacific Airways flight attendants union also took part in a protest as the Union in a Facebook post on Thursday had called for their participation Airport authorities said flight operations would not be affected but advise passengers to arrive early for their flights authorities had also built up security violence have flared in recent weeks following a series of protests and fights over the proposed extradition bill to amend the fugitive offenders ordinance so the arrangements for mutual legal assistance can be made between Hong Kong and any place outside Hong Kong [Applause]

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