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Leader of Hong Kong urges calm as tensions of protest increase ;

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said Tuesday that it could take a long time for the city to recover from riots that swept the Asian financial hub and that it would be accountable for rebuilding its economy “after the easing of violence.”   Her remarks accompanied severe developments over the previous week in the increasing crisis. Beijing said the protests had started showing “terrorism sprouts” on Monday, and the airport

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Clark International Airport in the province of Pampanga was damaged and is closed for 24 hours by the strong earthquake which shook Luzon late Monday afternoon. “Operation is temporarily suspended except for en route flights,” announced Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) President Jim Melo on Monday night. Pictures posted over social media displayed parts of the terminal’s roof and walls suffering some damage from the 6.1 magnitude earthquake. Cebu Pacific,

Eastern police, Pasay city top cops sacked after extortion incidents

Airport fire safety department reported a grass fire broke out at an isolated area inside the perimeter of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) Terminal 3 on Thursday morning. Rannie Raval of the Naia Terminal 3 Fire Safety Department said the fire started after a grass cutter exploded around 8:55 a.m. The fire sparked at a grassy vacant area at the north side of the terminal and was outside the