Hong Kong’s deputy leader apologised on Friday for how police handled an outbreak of mob violence in Yuen Long last week, admitting that the force’s performance had fallen short of public expectations.Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung’s apology came on the eve of planned marches in the district to decry the police’s slow response to the Sunday-night attacks.Cheung, who described the white-clad men behind the attacks as “rioters”, urged extradition bill protesters to demonstrate …



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