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A passenger stands with his luggage as demonstrators gather and block departure gates at terminal 2 of the Hong Kong International Airport during a protest in Hong Kong, China, on Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Photographer: Kyle Lam/Bloomberg A passenger stands with his luggage as demonstrators gather and block departure gates at Terminal 2 of the Hong Kong International Airport during a protest in Hong Kong on Aug. 13. Hong Kong faced a fifth straight day of protests at its airport, as embattled local leader Carrie Lam warned that the city risked sliding into an “abyss.” Credit: Kyle Lam/Bloomberg

Hogan Lovells has helped Hong Kong’s airport secure an interim injunction to stop protests that led to hundreds of flights being canceled over two days and a violent clash with the police.

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