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HK mourns Manila hostage crisis victims

2010-08-26 02:35:41 GMT2010-08-26 10:35:41 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

People mourn at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 26, 2010. Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang led senior government officials in a mourning ceremony in Golden Bauhinia Square Thursday morning for victims in the hostage-taking tragedy in Manila, the Philippines. (Xinhua/Huang Xiaoyong)

Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang (2nd R, front), deputy director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Li Gang (3rd R, front), Commissioner of China's Foreign Affairs Ministry in the HKSAR Lu Xinhua (1st L) attend a mourning ceremony in Golden Bauhinia Square for victims in the hostage-taking tragedy in Manila, the Philippines, in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 26, 2010. (Xinhua/Huang Xiaoyong)

Honor guards attend a mourning ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 26, 2010. Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang led senior government officials in a mourning ceremony in Golden Bauhinia Square Thursday morning for victims in the hostage-taking tragedy in Manila, the Philippines. (Xinhua/Huang Xiaoyong)

People attend a mourning ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 26, 2010. Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang led senior government officials in a mourning ceremony in Golden Bauhinia Square Thursday morning for victims in the hostage-taking tragedy in Manila, the Philippines. (Xinhua/Huang Xiaoyong)

People mourn at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China, Aug. 26, 2010.

Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang led senior government officials in a mourning ceremony in Golden Bauhinia Square Thursday morning for victims in the hostage-taking tragedy in Manila, the Philippines.

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