A secondary school student and his teenage friend were arrested for arson after a suspected remote-controlled firebomb exploded outside a public housing flat in Hong Kong, police said on Wednesday.Officers believe the home-made device was set off remotely and that a burnt mobile phone found at the scene was used for detonation.A 51-year-old woman and her son, 17, and daughter, 19, were at home in their Wing Shue House flat at Lei Muk Shue Estate in Tsuen Wan when the device exploded with a bang…


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