Hong Kong police to conduct anti-terror drills, may investigate people for leaving flowers at site where officer’s attacker died, chief says

Hong Kong’s police chief has said the force will work with the city’s rail operator, shopping centres and hotels to conduct anti-terrorism drills, and urged the public to join the fight against those endangering national security.Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu Chak-yee also said on Sunday that he would not rule out pursuing those who left floral tributes for the man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself.Siu was asked whether police would go after those people following its…


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