Thursday, April 24, 2014   

Leung hints Manila bus murders deal likely
(12-05 11:37)

Chief Executive, Leung Chun-ying, says Philippines government has shown a positive attitude towards resolving the dispute over the 2010 Manila tourist bus massacre., He is hopeful further progress can be made.
Today is the deadline Leung set for Manila to respond to the demands of victims and relatives of those killed by a Filipino gunman on board a tour bus, and avoid sanctions.
When asked whether the deadline needs to be extended, Leung simply said talks with Manila will continue. –RTHK
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