Hong Kong: All flights from Hong Kong have been cancelled on Tuesday. This was disclosed by an airport official after a demonstration at one of the world's busiest airports. The authorities cancelled the flights for the second day. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam gave an emotional response at a press conference on Tuesday morning, warning that there would be serious consequences if the rising violence was not reined in.
Also on Monday, flights were cancelled after thousands of pro-democracy protesters rallied at the Hong Kong airport. The passengers who landed at the airport from their flights were greeted by thousands of pro-democracy protesters who shouted slogans of freedom. Most of them were in black clothes.
The pro-democracy movement has been going on for three months. Earlier reports said that pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong have changed their protest strategy. They are now carrying out their protests like 'Hit and Run' (Turn and Run) instead of directly confronting the police administration.