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HK investigators continue survey on hijacked bus

2010-09-02 05:47:49 GMT2010-09-02 13:47:49 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Investigators and forensic experts from Hong Kong of China work at the site of tourist bus hijacking in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Sept. 1, 2010. The bus carrying 23 Hong Kong tourists was hijacked by a dismissed Philippine policeman on Aug. 23. The Philippine police killed the hijacker in an operation to rescue the hostages on the night of Aug. 23. But eight Hong Kong tourists were dead and seven others wounded in the operation. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Investigators and forensic experts from Hong Kong of China work at the site of tourist bus hijacking in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Sept. 1, 2010. The bus carrying 23 Hong Kong tourists was hijacked by a dismissed Philippine policeman on Aug. 23. The Philippine police killed the hijacker in an operation to rescue the hostages on the night of Aug. 23. But eight Hong Kong tourists were dead and seven others wounded in the operation. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Investigators and forensic experts from Hong Kong of China work at the site of tourist bus hijacking in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Sept. 1, 2010. The bus carrying 23 Hong Kong tourists was hijacked by a dismissed Philippine policeman on Aug. 23. The Philippine police killed the hijacker in an operation to rescue the hostages on the night of Aug. 23. But eight Hong Kong tourists were dead and seven others wounded in the operation. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Investigators and forensic experts from Hong Kong of China work at the site of tourist bus hijacking in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Sept. 1, 2010. The bus carrying 23 Hong Kong tourists was hijacked by a dismissed Philippine policeman on Aug. 23. The Philippine police killed the hijacker in an operation to rescue the hostages on the night of Aug. 23. But eight Hong Kong tourists were dead and seven others wounded in the operation. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Investigators and forensic experts from Hong Kong of China work at the site of tourist bus hijacking in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Sept. 1, 2010. The bus carrying 23 Hong Kong tourists was hijacked by a dismissed Philippine policeman on Aug. 23. The Philippine police killed the hijacker in an operation to rescue the hostages on the night of Aug. 23. But eight Hong Kong tourists were dead and seven others wounded in the operation.

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