鳳凰: 菲律賓警方無能致香港遊客8死Chinese Media Outraged over Philippines Police

希望中國央視CCTV也能跟進, 譴責菲律賓警方草菅人命的行為MANILA — Philippine authorities defended on Tuesday their handling of a bus hostage crisis in which eight Hong Kong tourists were killed, but missteps were seen as signs of deeper deficiencies in a country beset by security problems. Eight hostages and their disgruntled ex-policemen kidnapper were killed at the end of a day-long siege in the capital after signs earlier that the crisis would be resolved peacefully. Hong Kong advised residents against travel to the Philippines, a blow to the poor Southeast Asian nation’s hopes to double tourist numbers to six million a year to help lift economic growth. In China, the widely-read tabloid the Global Times, run by Communist Party mouthpiece the People’s Daily, said the botched rescue reflected a deeper malaise in the country. “The Philippines is one of the most chaotic countries in Southeast Asia,” the newspaper said. “A culture of colonization, autocracy and rapid changes in government have created all sorts of curious grievances in this country,” it added. Philippine President Benigno Aquino III admitted there were deficiencies in the operation, but said the gunman’s access to TV and radio made it hard for police to launch a rescue mission on a bus that was parked some distance from cover. 最新消息:据国际在线报道,香港康泰旅行社大巴在菲律宾遭劫持事件,目前死亡人数已经上升至10人。 香港康泰旅行社赴马尼拉的一个21人旅行团由6个家庭组成,他们原准备欢度4天假期,但最后一天行程
Video Rating: 2 / 5