A tourist gives her luggage to security guards as she tries to reach her gate Aug. 13 at Hong Kong’s international airport.
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Hong Kong airport cancels all remaining flights for second day

Protesters clogged the departure area at Hong Kong’s reopened airport Tuesday, a day after they forced one of the world’s busiest transportation hubs to shut down entirely amid their calls for an independent inquiry into alleged police abuse.

A tourist gives her luggage to security guards as she tries to reach her gate Aug. 13 at Hong Kong’s international airport.  (Philip Fong / AFP/Getty Images)
An unidentified man is shouted at by protesters at Hong Kong’s airport Aug. 13. (Philip Fong / AFP/Getty Images)
A board displays flight information at Hong Kong’s airport. (Laurel Chor / EPA/Shutterstock)
Tourists get back into their suitcases at Hong Kong’s airport after protests Aug. 13 forced flight cancellations.
 (Philip Fong / AFP/Getty Images)
A protester holds a sign addressed to travelers at Hong Kong’s airport.
 (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)
Protesters stage a sit-in at Hong Kong’s airport Aug. 13. (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)
Stranded travelers gather at the closed check-in counters after flights were canceled at Hong Kong’s airport. (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)
Airport security personnel look on as protesters block departure gates with luggage trolleys at Hong Kong’s airport.
 (Vincent Thian / Associated Press)
Protesters block a departure area at Hong Kong’s airport.
 (Laurel Chor / EPA/Shutterstock)
A passenger tries to get past protesters blocking the departure area at Hong Kong’s airport. (Laurel Chor / EPA/Shutterstock)
Protesters display banners condemning police violence at Hong Kong’s airport. (Laurel Chor / EPA/Shutterstock)
Demonstrators at the airport Aug. 12 wear eye patches in honor of a protester who was hit in the eye with a beanbag round over the weekend.
 (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)
A passenger tries to get past protesters blocking the departures area at Hong Kong’s airport. (Laurel Chor / EPA/Shutterstock)
A Dragonair plane at Hong Kong’s airport. Protests forced a second day of flight cancellations. (Kin Cheung / Associated Press)
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