Hong Kong leader apologizes for mosque incident after day of violence


Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam apologized on Monday to the city's Muslim community after police hit a major mosque with water canon as they battled thousands of pro-democracy protesters overnight in the Asian financial hub. (Reuters Top News) More More

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