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Protesters brand Carrie Lam’s apology as ‘fake’ and ‘meaningless’ Listen
Anti-extradition protesters and the pan-democratic camp have rejected Carrie Lam's apology over how her administration has handled the row over the now-suspended extradition bill. While the Chief Executive says her apology – made before the local and international press – is sincere, protesters had a different take… calling it 'fake' and 'meaningless.' They're particularly disappointed that Mrs Lam didn't respond to their demands for her to resign, withdraw the bill completely, and retract the classification of Wednesday's unrest as a 'riot'. Jim Gould asked political commentator, Joseph Cheng what he thought of the Chief Executive's press conference:
Egypt's former president Morsi quietly buried in Cairo Listen
The former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has been buried in Cairo -- hours after he died suddenly after collapsing in court. The former Islamist president had been in prison for six years following his overthrow by the army in 2013. Annemarie Evans asked Paul Rogers, professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford in the UK, what he made of Morsi's death: